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  • Who Really Killed Cock Robin?

    Jean Craighead George

    Paperback (HarperCollins, July 2, 2019)
    With an intriguing mystery, a timely message about protecting the environment, and Jean Craighead George’s award-winning, accessible writing, Who Really Killed Cock Robin is the perfect eco mystery kids—and educators—are sure to love.Citizens of Saddleboro are mourning the mysterious death of their beloved mascot, Cock Robin. Tony suspects there’s more to the story than people assume.The truth must be hidden in the clues: The town park is overrun with trillions of ants; nights are quiet because the frogs stopped singing; the nearby river contains a dangerous amount of an unknown chemical; and the town dump is emitting strange fumes.What does it all add up to? There’s a story here, and it’s up to Tony to figure out who really killed Cock Robin.
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  • Who Killed Cock Robin?

    Kevin O'Malley

    Hardcover (Lothrop Lee & Shepard, Sept. 1, 1993)
    A familiar nursery rhyme provide clues that enable Chief Inspector Owl to solve a series of jewel thefts
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  • Who Killed Cock Robin?

    Kevin O'Malley

    Library Binding (Lothrop Lee & Shepard, Sept. 1, 1993)
    In a mystery adaptation of the classic nursery rhyme, Inspector Owl gathers the clues that are shown in the full-color illustrations to find the doer of "a deed most foul"--the murder of Cock Robin.
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  • Who Really Killed Cock Robin?

    Jean Craighead George

    Library Binding (Katherine Tegen Books, May 5, 1991)
    Eighth-grader Tony Isidoro is determined to find out why a robin resting on the mayor's porch suddenly dies. "A new edition of a book first published in 1971 relates a small town's growing awareness of ecological relationships after the mysterious death of a celebrated robin."—H.
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  • Who Really Killed Cock Robin?

    Jean Craighead George

    Paperback (HarperCollins, Aug. 16, 1881)
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  • Who Really Killed Cock Robin?

    Jean Craighead George

    Unknown Binding (Unknown, )
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  • Who Killed Cock Robin?

    Rodney McRae

    Hardcover (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, May 1, 1990)
    Book by McRae, Rodney
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  • Who Killed Cock Robin?

    Etienne Delessert

    Hardcover (Creative Editions, Sept. 1, 2004)
    Retold through the whimsical illustrations of Etienne Delessert, this modern version of the eighteenth-century English rhyme emphasizes the original poem's universal themes of loss and friendship-with a new and interesting twist.
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  • Who Really Killed Cock Robin?

    Jean Craighead George

    Paperback (HarperCollins, April 30, 1992)
    Citizens of Saddleboro are proud to say that theirs is the cleanest town around. So they can't ignore the mysterious death of their mascot, Cock Robin. Some people would like to blame the citizens themselves, but one boy-Tony Isidoro -- suspects there's more to the story.Tony threads his way through a maze of clues: Among other things, the town park is overrun with trillions of ants; nights are quiet because there are no frogs singing; the nearby river contains a dangerous amount of an unknown chemical; and the town dump is emitting strange fumes. What does it all add UP to? It's an eco mystery all right, and it's up to Tony to figure out who really killed Cock Robin.
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  • Who Killed Cock Robin?

    William Stobbs

    Hardcover (Oxford University Press, March 29, 1990)
    Each bird declares what his part will be in the funeral of Cock Robin
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  • Who Really Killed Cock Robin?

    George

    Paperback (HarperCollins, May 10, 1991)
    Eighth-grader Tony Isidoro follows a trail of environmental clues to try and figure out what ecological imbalances might have caused the death of the town's best-known robin.
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  • Who Really Killed Cock Robin

    Jean Craighead George, Dorothea von Elbe

    Hardcover (E. P. Dutton, Oct. 29, 1971)
    Two ecology-conscious children try to trace the imbalances in the environment that might have caused the death of the town's best-known robin.