The Buried Biscuits PDF Å The Buried PDF \

The Buried Biscuits PDF Å The Buried PDF \


The Buried Biscuits ❰Epub❯ ➚ The Buried Biscuits Author Darrel Odgers – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk When two boys throw biscuits into Foxie s terrier tory, Jack knows something strange is going on He carries out jaw rensic testing and discovers that there is a biscuit thief in Doggeroo and dogs are When two boys throw biscuits into Foxie s terrier tory, Jack knows something strange is going on He carries out jaw rensic testing and discovers that there is The Buried PDF \ a biscuit thief in Doggeroo and dogs are being blamed How will he unearth the truth of The Buried Biscuits.

  • Paperback
  • 80 pages
  • The Buried Biscuits
  • Darrel Odgers
  • English
  • 02 January 2017
  • 1933605774

About the Author: Darrel Odgers

Darrel Odgers was born in Tasmania He has been married to Sally Odgers since , and they have two adult children Darrel and Sally Odgers have co written The Buried PDF \ several books, including the popular Jack Russell Dog Detective series.



10 thoughts on “The Buried Biscuits

  1. Chance Hansen Chance Hansen says:

    You know I criticized the last book with toying around with the concept of mystery At least this one tried to have a mystery CoverOnce again I really like this cover The swirl going to the dogs nose being a play on the nose map and having actual highlights of what he sniffs in the air is a great detail to the cover It s a good cover.InteriorThe story is really basic, almost an anti mystery I have to give it credit where this one actually had a mystery I have to be honest at one moment I wa You know I criticized the last book with toying around with the concept of mystery At least this one tried to have a mystery CoverOnce again I really like this cover The swirl going to the dogs nose being a play on the nose map and having actual highlights of what he sniffs in the air is a great detail to the cover It s a good cover.InteriorThe story is really basic, almost an anti mystery I have to give it credit where this one actually had a mystery I have to be honest at one moment I was really surprised I did not expect Jack Russell to actually have an arrogant BONE within him I don t know if our hero was always arrogant or if this was the first time but he actually said the Terriers are the only dogs to speak in fact while every other speaks opinions I didn t see that coming.While some of the puns are amazing this book tries way too hard by making fake puns like Star Witness and Inspired Guess don t fit Paw sisted and Su paw rior in the glossary.Over all I think it is O.K at best

  2. Twyla Twyla says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here My favourite part was when the mystery was solved, the kids were thieves and the dogs weren t The worst part was when the dogs were blamed for eating the biscuits and also stealing them when the kids gave the food to the dogs My favourite character was jack, because he solved most of the mystery The worst characters were the thief kids auryn 11 years old

  3. Louise (A Strong Belief in Wicker) Louise (A Strong Belief in Wicker) says:

    My 8 year old son was mad about these books I still don t fully get what he sees in them, but he enjoyed them as bedtime reading Here some boys, Kick and Stick smell like unspecial biscuits It s up to Jack to work out what is going on.

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  5. Horace Mann Family Reading Challenge Horace Mann Family Reading Challenge says:

    Same as The Awful Pawful M.

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