The Christmas cookie case

by Barbo, Maria S.

Format: Print Book 2003
Availability: Available at 4 Libraries 4 of 4 copies
Available (4)
Location Collection Call #
Coraopolis Memorial Library Easy Readers J ER 1 SCO
Location  Coraopolis Memorial Library
 
Collection  Easy Readers
 
Call Number  J ER 1 SCO
 
 
Robinson Library Juvenile Easy Reader PB EASY FIC SCOOBY DOO
Location  Robinson Library
 
Collection  Juvenile Easy Reader
 
Call Number  PB EASY FIC SCOOBY DOO
 
 
South Fayette Township Library Easy Readers J ER SCOOBY DOO
Location  South Fayette Township Library
 
Collection  Easy Readers
 
Call Number  J ER SCOOBY DOO
 
 
South Park Library Beginner Readers ER SCO
Location  South Park Library
 
Collection  Beginner Readers
 
Call Number  ER SCO
 
 
Summary
SCOOBY-DOO is an 'Ameri-canine' icon, the most beloved cartoon pooch of the past three generations. The snack-sniffling sleuth and his pals are in the midst of a huge popularity and awareness upswing

The Picture Clue books are based on the traditional "rebus Reader" - using a picture as a tool for learning a word. On the sample spread, you can see where a picture is substituted for a word. This gives a young reader a sense of pride that she is "reading" the story. All pictures and vocabulary are on flashcards at the end of the book.

Scooby and the gang are at the North Pole helping Santa get ready for Christmas. Scooby and Shaggy helped bake cookies, but now they're all gone! Who took the cookies? It looks like there's a mystery to solve!
Additional Information
Series Scooby-Doo picture clue book ; #20.
Subjects Scooby-Doo -- (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fiction.
Scooby-Doo -- (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Dogs -- Juvenile fiction.
Readers (Primary)
Dogs -- Fiction.
Christmas -- Fiction.
Publisher New York :Scholastic Inc.,2003
Contributors Duendes Del Sur (Firm)
Language English
Notes At head of title: Cartoon Network.
"24 flash cards inside"--Cover.
Description 22 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
ISBN 0439557143
9780439557146
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