Bones and the Big Yellow Mystery

Bones and the Big Yellow Mystery In Bones and the Big Yellow Mystery Mr Green has lost his school bus A bus is a big thing to lose Jeffrey says But sometimes big things are hard to find Maybe Mr Green s bus was stolen Detective Bo

  • Title: Bones and the Big Yellow Mystery
  • Author: David A. Adler Barbara Johansen Newman
  • ISBN: 9780670059478
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In Bones and the Big Yellow Mystery, Mr Green has lost his school bus A bus is a big thing to lose, Jeffrey says But sometimes, big things are hard to find Maybe Mr Green s bus was stolen Detective Bones gets out his pad, notes the clues, and the search begins

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    About "David A. Adler Barbara Johansen Newman"

    1. David A. Adler Barbara Johansen Newman

      Adler was born in New York City, New York He graduated from Queens College in 1968 with a bachelor s degree in economics and education For the next nine years, he worked as a mathematics teacher for the New York City Board of Education, while taking classes towards a master s degree in marketing, a degree he was awarded by New York University in 1971 In that same year, a question from his then three year old nephew inspired Adler to write his first story, A Little at a Time, subsequently published by Random House in 1976 Adler s next project, a series of math books, drew on his experience as a math teacher In 1977, he created his most famous character, Cam Jansen, originally featured in Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Stolen Diamonds, which was published that year.Adler married psychologist Renee Hamada in 1973, and their first child, Michael, was born in 1977 By that time Adler had taken a break from teaching and, while his wife continued her work, he stayed home, took care of Michael, and began a full time writing career.Adler s son, Michael S Adler, is now the co author of several books with his father, including A Picture Book of Sam Adams, A Picture Book of John Hancock, and A Picture Book of James and Dolly Madison Another son, Edward, was the inspiration for Adler s Andy Russell series, with the events described in the series loosely based on adventures the Adler family had with Edward s enthusiasm and his pets.As of November 2008, Adler has three sons and two grandsons He lives in Woodmere, New York.Information taken from enpedia wiki David_A.

    609 thoughts on “Bones and the Big Yellow Mystery”

    1. megan spring reading 2017, children's book, leveled reader, early chapter book, series, bones, mystery, first grade, second grade, third grade


    2. This is a fun mystery about a missing school bus. The mystery is very simple and the narrative is interesting and easy for beginning readers who are just starting to read chapter books. We've read many of the books in the Bones Mysteries series by David A. Adler and Barbara Johansen Newman. Our youngest especially likes them.


    3. So boring. Usually I really like children's books (duh, I'm a Children's Librarian), but this books treats kids like idiots. They can handle more than what's given in this book. The adults are made to look dumb and this kid finds "clues" that aren't actually clues (what the heck was the point of the green shirt "clue"? Answer: nothing).





    4. Bones helps a friend discovery where his school bus disappeared to and also tries to talk his grandfather into getting a pet dog. Viking Easy-to-Read Level 2 AR 2.2


    5. It was a very good mystery. My favorite part was when he got his dog, Curly and when his Grandpa said, "All dogs like bones."


    6. My daughter loves this book! She has checked it out multiple times from the library. A good introduction to mystery books.


    7. Not bad. The first book in a series with a young detective who advocates the value being able to read, because signs are clues. From the author of the Cam Jansen series.


    8. I can't say I especially liked or disliked this book -- it is just OK. My first-grade son, however, declared it "boring" and "silly".


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