The Case of the Sleepy Sloth

The Case of the Sleepy Sloth

Cynthia Rylant G. Brian Karas William Dufris / Feb 16, 2020

The Case of the Sleepy Sloth Ram n s favorite lawn chair has disappeared He saw it on Monday Where could it have gone This sounds like a case for the High Rise Private Eyes Bunny Brown and Jack Jones ace detectives and very best

  • Title: The Case of the Sleepy Sloth
  • Author: Cynthia Rylant G. Brian Karas William Dufris
  • ISBN: 9781595194183
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ram n s favorite lawn chair has disappeared He saw it on Monday Where could it have gone This sounds like a case for the High Rise Private Eyes Bunny Brown and Jack Jones, ace detectives and very best friends

    • [PDF] ↠ Unlimited ´ The Case of the Sleepy Sloth : by Cynthia Rylant G. Brian Karas William Dufris ✓
      273 Cynthia Rylant G. Brian Karas William Dufris
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] ↠ Unlimited ´ The Case of the Sleepy Sloth : by Cynthia Rylant G. Brian Karas William Dufris ✓
      Posted by:Cynthia Rylant G. Brian Karas William Dufris
      Published :2019-05-08T19:23:53+00:00

    About "Cynthia Rylant G. Brian Karas William Dufris"

      • Cynthia Rylant G. Brian Karas William Dufris

        An author of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for children and young adults as well as an author and author illustrator of picture books for children, Cynthia Rylant is recognized as a gifted writer who has contributed memorably to several genres of juvenile literature A prolific author who often bases her works on her own background, especially on her childhood in the West Virginia mountains, she is the creator of contemporary novels and historical fiction for young adults, middle grade fiction and fantasy, lyrical prose poems, beginning readers, collections of short stories, volumes of poetry and verse, books of prayers and blessings, two autobiographies, and a biography of three well known children s writers several volumes of the author s fiction and picture books are published in series, including the popular Henry and Mudge easy readers about a small boy and his very large dog.Rylant is perhaps most well known as a novelist Characteristically, she portrays introspective, compassionate young people who live in rural settings or in small towns and who tend to be set apart from their peers from bookrags


    930 Comments


    1. Cynthia Rylant has a gift for enjoyable easy reader series and this is the favorite in my household so far. A perfect pair of city dwelling private eyes. Right length, right level, right all around!


    2. My students enjoyed it well enough, and they're interested in reading others in the series, which is the main thing that matters in books that I choose to read aloud: does it spark an interest in reading more. This book did that, so I am pleased.


    3. This short story mystery book follows two detectives, Bunny Brown and Jack Jones on a hunt for Ramon's missing lawn chair. This story takes a while to build, and is filled with plenty of side humor in between. The relationship between the two detectives is humorous, makes you smile as you read their dialogue. The missing lawn chair ends of being a simple mistake, a sloth found it after a heavy wind storm and fell asleep on it, for a week! This book is well illustrated, the print is laid out well [...]


    4. Another silly, but fun mystery in the High-Rise Private Eyes series. Jack and Bunny are hilarious in how they interact and a whole chapter is dedicated to their conversation leading up to the case. Our girls enjoy these books, as they have all of Cynthia Rylants tales, and we will look for more at our local library.


    5. Bunny Brown and Jack Jones are the "High Rise Private Eyes" who search for a missing lawn chair which blew away and was found in the possession of a sloth.Ways to Use With Children: Great book to use in association with a study of animals. The characters are a racoon and a rabbit who meet a sloth, a creature that most youngsters might not be familiar with.Beginning reader Picture Book


    6. I thought this book was an alright read for young children who are just starting out reading chapter books. The book was a lot of back and forth conversation between the characters which got a little boring half way though. But I most definitely think that a young student would enjoy reading this book.


    7. This was just a silly story, but I think that younger readers would enjoy it. It was a mix of "mystery"/comedy. The story was a transitional chapter book, but the writing style and words used by the author were not difficult at all. I would use this book in a classroom library.







    Leave a Reply