Nate the Great and the Phony Clue

Nate the Great and the Phony Clue These chapter books introduce beginning readers to the detective mystery genre Perfect for the Common Core kids can problem solve with Nate using logical thinking to solve mysteries Early one mornin

  • Title: Nate the Great and the Phony Clue
  • Author: Marjorie Weinman Sharmat Marc Simont
  • ISBN: 9780440463009
  • Page: 283
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nate the Great and the Phony Clue

    These chapter books introduce beginning readers to the detective mystery genre Perfect for the Common Core, kids can problem solve with Nate, using logical thinking to solve mysteries Early one morning, a torn slip of paper with the mysterious letters V I T A appears on Nate the Great s doorstep He and his faithful dog, Sludge, set off to solve this latest mystery AgThese chapter books introduce beginning readers to the detective mystery genre Perfect for the Common Core, kids can problem solve with Nate, using logical thinking to solve mysteries Early one morning, a torn slip of paper with the mysterious letters V I T A appears on Nate the Great s doorstep He and his faithful dog, Sludge, set off to solve this latest mystery Against ferocious cats, hostile adversaries, and a sly, phony clue not to mention a three o clock deadline Nate struggles to prove, once again, that he is Nate the Great.

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    1. Jess

      Beginning readerFor kindergarten-3rd gradeNate finds a clue on his doorstep and sets off around the neighborhood with his dog, Sludge, to solve the puzzle and prove that he really is a great detective.Nate the Great is slightly pompous in his trench-coat and Holmesian hat, but he leaves no stone unturned in his quest to find out what's behind the paper clue on his doorstep. In an apparently adult-free world, he roams the neighborhood with his dog, interrogates his friends for further information [...]

    2. Alex

      I enjoyed this book because I like mysteries. I also enjoyed this book because I liked the part when Nate the Great found out that there is no such thing as a phony clue. I also enjoyed this book because I liked the part when Nate the Great found out who wrote the invitation and the person who wrote it was Finley.

    3. Diz

      The ending of this book wasn't as interesting or as clever as some of the other Nate the Great books I have read. However, there is a funny scene where he puts a pancake in his pocket, which my kids laughed at pretty hard. This series always puts me in the mood to eat pancakes.

    4. Andrew Quinton

      In the first part of a book there is a problem in the city and Nate decides he is going to fix it. No one thinks he can fix it but he thinks he can do it. Nate tries really hard to fix this problem and he can't do it but he kept on trying and trying to fix it. It took make tries but eventually he fixes the problem and relieves all the stress of this problem. I liked this book a lot. It was a little childish but I thought it was funny and I liked it. I have read almost all of these books and I li [...]

    5. Michelle. D.

      Nate the Great books aren't that great. I hated them when I was a kid, yet I would always read them.The endings of the books were always the same, they figured out what or who did it. And where are Nate's parents? They just let their son walk around everywhere and question people. That is very irresponsible of them. Nate the Great books always made me fall asleep and always wasted my time. I would not recommend this book to anyone, especially little kids. If kids want real mystery, they should r [...]

    6. Amanda

      Students who are interested in mystery, and are at the transitional level of reading will really enjoy this story. The child detective doesn't stop at one finding, he goes on to finding a much bigger finding, who exactly wrote the note. This book would be great for students who like making predictions addressing the clues throughout the book or predictions on how the detective is going to find the suspect. Very simple and short read.

    7. Sidney Chumbler

      This book is about Nate the Great when he finds a piece of paper on his doorstep. To solve this clue he has to go see the weird Cat-Lady, find the phony clue, then find a picture of the boat to solve the last clue. In the end he won and proved Annie and himself right as he showed up to Finley's house. Finely didn't think he was a great detective, but he was wrong. I like these stories because they are funny and help kids solve clue along with Nate.

    8. Jennifer

      This series was out when I was a child, I don't know how I never stumbled across them then.Anyway, this is a very cute book. I bought it for my nephew, and I think he'll like it. The edition I have has bonus materials including jokes, trivia, activities, and a recipe for a log cake that I want to test out with my nephew pretty soon.

    9. Lindsay

      We listened to this. He loved it--five stars he says, but since this is my account, my opinion wins. I did get a little annoyed with the reader of the audiobook overemphasizing "I, Nate the Great" repeatedly. It was like a speed bump in the listening experience. Ian was thrilled to read that the author lives in our city.

    10. Christy

      Early one morning, a torn slip of paper with the mysterious letters V I T A appears on Nate the Great's doorstep.He and his faithful dog, Sludge, set off to solve this latest mystery.Against ferocious cats, hostile adversaries, and a sly, phony clue -- not to mention a three o'clock deadline -- Nate struggles to prove, once again, that he is Nate the Great.

    11. Kristine Hansen

      As usual Nate is brilliant as he puts together the clues that start with a scrap of paper on his front porch.I also want to give kudos here to clever friends who try to challenge him. Overall this was a fun book and I really liked the quest for the rest of the message, and enjoyed being surprised by the ending. Great job!

    12. Dolly

      We love the Nate the Great books and have read many of them. Now we are on a hunt to find the ones we haven't read. This was an entertaining story and we enjoyed reading it together.

    13. Terri Pray

      Read with Jack over two days, he enjoys the Nate the Great series. The sentences are easy and often repetitive, and Nate's fascination with pancakes, clues, and his dog, Sludge, help to keep a child interested.

    14. Chelsea Kimmey

      This book is a transition book that could be used for vocabulary lessons. There are words that most students may not know the meaning too that they can use context clues and other vocabulary strategies to find the meaning

    15. Emily

      At AR BL: 2.6, this chapter book is accessible to students still mastering blending of more difficult words while still giving them a chapter book feel. And, who doesn't like a young man and his dog solving mysteries?

    16. Angela Barrons

      This was a great book to read as a class. We found that a lot of Nate the Great's details were in the pictures. We had a lot of connections to this story as well. We love Nate the Great!

    17. Manda

      PIcked this up at an old bookshop today. This series was a childhood favorite; thought I'd add it to my collection. :)

    18. Cyndi Taylor

      Great little mystery for kids. Simple enough for my 5&6 year olds to follow and "hard" enough to keep my 9 year old interested.

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