2 edition of Ten-Minute Mysteries Basic Set, Set (Ten-Minute Mysteries Basic Set) found in the catalog.
Ten-Minute Mysteries Basic Set, Set (Ten-Minute Mysteries Basic Set)
December 1994 by American Guidance Service .
Written in English
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Read each mystery carefully and select the clues that lead to the suspect. Identify a solution. Once you've found all the clues, select the answer from the list of possibilities.
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Reading a complex mystery to the class (such as Ellen Raskin's book below) allows for practice with the basic elements of literature (setting, plot, characterization) as well as more advanced vocabulary specific to mysteries such as red herring, alibi.
Compilation of three previously published books. Other Titles 2 minute mysteries collection, Two-minute mysteries., More two-minute mysteries., Still more two-minute mysteries. Classifications Library of Congress CPB Box no. vol. 3 The Physical Object Format Paperback Pagination.
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