The Painting That Wasn't There (Field Trip Mysteries) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-08-16 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" This book would be good for a beginning chapter book for young reader. " said.

" These fields trip mysteries series are perfect for a second or third grader. " said.

" Good book for older elementary students who are reading below grade level. Simple plot and vocabulary. " said.

" Great fun for independent readers. Full of art extras. Quick and enjoyable mystery. " said.


" This book is something non-readers would like it is short and basic. I felt both the characters and plot were flat. " said.

" Cute book-too low for most of my 5th graders."James "Gum" Shoo's art class heads to the museum. They've been learning about forged art, but they never expected to find a fake in the gallery! Only Gum and his gumshoe friends will be able to solve this museum caper." " said.

" Lots of cool things about this series; I love all the add-one like the detective's dictionary, discussion questions, and even the way the author/illustrator summaries are written is creative. It's also an awesome layout and perfect content for third grade readers. The only thing I didn't love is the actual storyline; no suspense and not enough clues along the way to reveal the true thief. Still, a fun series for 2nd-3rd grade readers. " said.

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