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The Buddy Files: The Case of the Lost Boy

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 745 Ratings and 227 Reviews

Book Description
"My name is King. I am a dog. I am also a detective."

King has a very big mystery to solve. His family is missing, and he's been put in the P-O-U-N-D. Why doesn't his beloved human (Kayla) come to get him? When King is adopted by Connor and his mom, things get more confusing. The new family calls him Buddy!

And just as Connor and Buddy start to get acquainted, C... More
Book Information
PublisherAlbert Whitman & Co
BindingPaperback (5 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages128
Publication Date09/01/2010
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About Jeremy Tugeau (Illustrator) : Jeremy Tugeau is a published illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Jeremy Tugeau include Who Were the Beatles? (Who Was...?), Always an Olivia: A Remarkable Family History ... more
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8/5/2011 Suzanne Morris said:
4.5 stars King is in the pound, unceremoniously dumped there by his human’s Uncle Marty. King had been staying at a kennel, but his stay was up so he transferred to a neighbor’s home. It is from here that the Uncle took King. He was then adopted by a new family (even though it is suppose t... more

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