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Nate the Great and the Mushy Valentine

by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat

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I love Nate the Great because of its dead-pan humor. Kids love Nate the Great because they enjoy following the clues and guessing about what happened. With two mysteries this time, kids will like to figure out how the mysteries intertwine. It's a great series for end of first grade or beginning second grade readers.
  amandahnorman | Jul 31, 2015 |
Nate is a likable narrator. His humor is very dry, and his dog is very funny. Some of the illustrations are also quite humorous. Patrick was interested in it partly because of the way it depicts how boys and girls relate to each other. For better or worse, the gendered preferences are fairly stereotypical, but it can still serve as a springboard for talking about why Patrick might not mind Valentines as much as Nate does. ( )
  kwilibrary | Jul 14, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0440410134, Paperback)

Nate the Great hates mushy stuff. But when he spies a big red paper heart taped to the outside of Sludge's doghouse, Nate knows he must help out his favorite pooch. Wh has left Sludge a secret valentine?

It's a mystery until Nate finds out his friend Annie is missing a valentine. The case seems easy. Nate is relieved. No more mushy stuff. That's what he thinks.

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Nate the Great investigates two cases that may be connected, involving a missing valentine and a valentine that came from nowhere.

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