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Sherlock Chick's First Case (A Parents…
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Sherlock Chick's First Case (A Parents Magazine Read Aloud Original)

by Robert Quackenbush

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The newborn Sherlock Chick figures out who stole the corn and the animals work together to get it back. Good use of repetition and emphasis on thinking skills, nothing much to love but nothing to hate either. ( )
  ezwicky | May 27, 2007 |
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Hatched from his egg with detective's hat and magnifying glass, Sherlock Chick immediately sets out to find who has stolen the corn from the chickens' feed bin.

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