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  2. Clue (book series) - Wikipedia

    The Clue series is a book series of 18 children's books published throughout the 1990s based on the board game Clue. The books are compilations of mini-mysteries that the reader must solve involving various crimes committed at the home of Reginald Boddy by six of his closest "friends". Contents 1 Format 2 Books 3 Characters 4 2003 series

  3. List of children's book series - Wikipedia's_book_series

    The Berenstain Bears. Stan and Jan Berenstain. 1962–present. The Travels of Wiglington and Wenks. John Bittleston and Eliza Quek. 1987. The Last Kids on Earth. Max Brallier. 2015-present.

  4. The New York Times crossword puzzle - Wikipedia

    15-letter-word stacks: On December 29, 2012, Joe Krozel stacked five 15-letter entries (VANESSA WILLIAMS, ELECTED OFFICIAL, NARRATIVE POETRY, A TEENAGER IN LOVE,and LIECHTENSTEINER), something never before or since achieved. Krozel, Martin Ashwood-Smith, George Barany and Erik Agard have stacked four 15-letter entries in a puzzle.

  5. Clue Mysteries (book series) - Wikipedia

    Clue (or Cluedo) Mysteries (sometimes called Clue Mysteries, 15 whodunits to solve in minutes) are two books released in 2003 and 2004 based upon the Clue board game. Both were written by Canadian author, Vicki Cameron. Cameron lives in Ontario . Contents 1 Overview 2 Storyline 3 Characters 4 Book format 5 References Overview [ edit]

  6. Interactive children's book - Wikipedia's_book

    I Spy is another interactive children's book series that can be categorized as a hidden object picture book. Debuting in 1992, the books consist of texts written by Jean Marzollo regarding items hidden within the photographs captured by Walter Wick .

  7. I Spy (Scholastic) - Wikipedia

    I Spy is a children's book series with text written by Jean Marzollo, photographs by Walter Wick, and published by Scholastic Press. Each page contains a photo with objects in it, and the riddles (written in dactylic tetrameter rhyme [1]) accompanying the photo state which objects have to be found.

  8. Category:1962 children's books - Wikipedia's_books

    A Book of Giants The Letter for the King C The Clue in the Diary The Clue of the Dancing Puppet The Clue of the Screeching Owl D Danny Dunn and the Heat Ray Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book E Energy and Power Expedition Venus F The Family Conspiracy Five Have a Mystery to Solve H Henry and the Clubhouse Hills End Holiday at the Dew Drop Inn

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