"Sebastian Super Sleuth and the Hair of the Dog Mystery"

SEBASTIAN SUPER SLEUTH & THE HAIR OF THE DOG MYSTERY (Super Sleuth and the Hair of the Dog Mystery)

HOME SCHOOL BOOK REVIEW

Book: Sebastian Super Sleuth and the Hair of the Dog Mystery

Author: Mary Blount Christian

Illustrator: Lisa McCue

Publisher: Simon and Schuster Children’s Publishing, 1982

ISBN-13: 9780027182606

ISBN-10: 0027182606

Language level: 1 (nothing objectionable)

Reading level: Ages 8-11

Rating: 4 stars (GOOD)

Reviewed by Wayne S. Walker

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Christian, Mary Blount. Sebastian Super Sleuth and the Hair of the Dog Mystery (published in 1982 by Macmillan.) A clever dog named Sebastian helps his owner, Detective John Quincy Jones, solve a case involving a missing Gypsy necklace, an evil curse, and a kidnapped, larcenous cat. Christian has written several Sebastian Super Sleuth books, beginning with Sebastian, Super Sleuth in 1974, and including The Crummy Yummies Caper; The Impossible Crime; The Bone to Pick Mystery; The Secret of the Skewered Skier; The Flying Elephant; The Baffling Bigfoot; The Santa Claus Caper; The Copycat Crime; The Clumsy Cowboy; The Time Capsule Caper; The Egyptian Connection; The Purloined Sirloin; and The Stars-in-His-Eyes Mystery; as well as many other mysteries for young people too, such as If Not For The Calico Cat, Hats Are for Watering Horses, Go West, Swamp Monsters, and The Toady and Dr. Miracle. According to Amazon.com, The Hair of the Dog Mystery is #7 in the “Sebastian Super Sleuth” series.

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