Nate The Great And The Crunchy Christmas
ISBN: 0440412994
EAN13: 9780440412991
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 6, 1997
Pages: 80
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 7.4" L x 4.9" W
Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Beginning readers are introduced to the detective mystery genre in these chapter books. Perfect for the Common Core, kids can problem-solve with Nate, using logical thinking to solve mysteries

Annie's dog is unhappy. When Fang is unhappy, everyone is unhappy. Especially Nate the Great. So Nate agrees to sniff out Fang's mysteriously missing Christmas mail. It's cold and snowy. But Nate the Great and his dog, Sludge, will try to solve this holiday case in time for Fang to have a crunchy, munchy Christmas.

Check out the Fun Activities section in the back of the book

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All the usual characters, Sharmat's wry humor, and Simont's lively, appealing watercolors are packed into this easy reader that's sure to be popular all year long.--School Library Journal

Nate uncovers some snowy clues to deliver a lip-smacking holiday greeting to Fang and his owner. Simont's loose, humorous chalk and watercolor spots help turn this beginning reader into a page-turner.--Publishers Weekly

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5
   Good Christmas book!
Grüßer loved this book she read as she waited for Christmas to come! For children at this reading level, Good Christmas book is good.
 
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   Book misprint-all kinds of duplicate and missing pages
We bought several of these books for our son which we love. Unfortunately, this is misprinted and is therefore unreadable. Worst of all, we didn 't notice until it was too late to return through Amazon.
 
5
   Very very good for children's reading!
This was a gift for my grandson, who also has a reading program through his school. My grandson enjoys these types of books, which he also reads to his younger siblings! It is a great group of children's reading material! It is great for any child to add reading programs at their school!
 
5
   Great read for a first grader.
This series I love. Holmes'style of writing is great, but in a child's mindset. The book arrived in great condition and on time. Good read for kids at the first grade level.
 
5
   Another great tale from the Nate the Great Series!
My son loves these books so that we can buy another book of these series for a while. This is a great book for ages 6-7 and my son finds them very entertaining. The books themselves are very nicely packaged and shipped very nicely, so there was no damage to the spine or the corners.
 
5
   Excellent book for beginning readers
These book are my favorite! The whole series is wonderful and my son loves them all. Can 't wait to buy more books from Nate & Co. My son is in the 1st grade, but is considered an advanced reader. Could be a great book for parents to read to children if they are not yet at this level!
 
5
   You’re kids will love Nate the great
A sweet and thoughtful series that even beginning readers can start... worth checking out. If it's a starter book and there is one available try a used copy to keep it green. What do you think?
 
3
   Average
It is the definition of Meh. There is a little bit of mystery surrounding which is actually refreshing. Maybe this is a concerted decision by the author, or maybe she does not realize that consistent self-reference by the narrator is really annoying, even for many children.
 
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