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Contains the keyword Detective and mystery stories

Turnage S. Three times lucky. New York: Dial Books for Young Readers; 2012. Abstract

Lexile measure 560; Ages 10-14; Mystery and suspense

Bray L. The diviners. Vol 1st. New York: Little, Brown; 2012. Abstract

Ages 15-18

Ransom JF, ill Axelsen, Stephen. What really happened to Humpty? : (from the files of a hard-boiled detective). Watertown, MA: Charlesbridge; 2009. Abstract

Lexile measure 550; Ages 5-10; Book level 3.2

Konicek-Moran R. Everyday science mysteries : stories for inquiry-based science teaching. Arlington, Va.: NSTA Press; 2008.

"What causes condensation? Does temperature affect how well a balloon will fly? How do tiny bugs get into oatmeal? Through 15 mystery stories, this book memorably illustrates science concepts for students and reinforces the value of learning science through inquiry."

Warner GC, ill Soileau, Hodges. The haunted clock tower mystery. New York: Scholastic; 2001. Abstract

Lexile measure 510; Ages 5-9

Warner GC, ill Soileau, Hodges. The mystery of the midnight dog. New York: Scholastic; 2001. Abstract

Lexile measure 530; Ages 5-9

Warner GC, ill Tang, Charles. The mystery of the queen's jewels. Morton Grove, Ill.: A. Whitman & Co.; 1998. Abstract

Lexile measure 610; Ages 5-9

Warner GC, ill Tang, Charles. The mystery of the lake monster. Morton Grove, Ill.: A. Whitman & Co.; 1998. Abstract

Lexile measure 530; Ages 5-9