Mr. Beagle and the Georgestown Mystery
by Lori DoodyIt seemed a cat burglar had been breaking into houses all over Georgestown. The strange thing was, the thief wasn't stealing valuables like piggy banks or art. No, the thief was only taking storybooks!
When he decides to visit his cousin Georgie, Mr. Beagle is not looking for a new mystery to solve—but he finds one none the less. Books have been going missing in the neighborhood, and not just any books… storybooks. Of course, Mr. Beagle’s keen nose and sharp eyes help him find the answer.
In this delightful picture book, a follow-up to Mr. Beagle Goes to Rabbittown, Lori Doody has her quirky canine sleuth solve a new puzzle and celebrates the importance of stories in the lives of us all.
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Also available in print.
What folks are saying about the print edition
Mr. Beagle learns to never judge a book by its cover in his latest engaging mystery. ~ Kirkus (read the full review)
With the whimsy of its bold lines and shapes and the vibrancy of its colours and characters, Mr. Beagle and the Georgestown Mystery gives readers a lesson in ignoring appearances and stereotypes and celebrates the benefits of embracing all for the betterment of all. I'd say that's another victory and mystery solved for Mr. Beagle. ~ Helen Kubiw, CanLit for LittleCanadians (read the full review)
This book will make a lovely addition to families who enjoy storytime and a bit of mystery. Of course, it’ll also make Mr. Beagle very happy to see the book in community places such as schools and libraries! Highly Recommended ~ Emma Chen, CM: Canadian Review of Materials
Entertaining light read, and easily capture[s] the attention of young readers. ~ Melanie Métivier, The Mirimachi Reader
Doody’s Mr. Beagle books feature an appealing canine sleuth solving child-friendly who-dun-its…..Characters make mistakes in this books, but the spirit of forgiveness and community shine through. These wholesome animal-themed detective stories invite young readers into a world of inclusivity. ~ Canadian Children’s Book News