Bowling Alley BanditBook - 2013
Adopted as a new pet by enthusiastic bowler Mr. Bing, Arnie the "doughnut dog" tags along during league practices and enlists the help of his goofball friends to solve the mystery of why Mr. Bing begins rolling gutter balls on the night of a big championship. By the creator of Do Unto Otters.
As Mr. Bing's new pet "doughnut dog," Arnie couldn't be happier. When Mr. Bing joins a bowling league, Arnie gets to go along to practices and competitions. But then Mr. Bing starts rolling gutter balls. Someone or something is behind the madness. Arnie, together with his team of goofball friends, must sort through the shenanigans and solve the mystery. Get ready for some sleuthing and even some magic.
Full of Laurie Keller's winning charm and silly humor, this chapter book—the first in the series—is sure to please her many fans. This title has Common Core connections.
Bowling Alley Bandit is a Kirkus Reviews Best Book of 2013
Arnie the talking doughnut is delighted to be Mr. Bing's new pet "doughnut-dog," so when Mr. Bing starts rolling gutter balls during a big bowling tournament, Arnie suspects foul play and sets out to solve the mystery.
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