The Mystery of the Missing Everything

The Mystery of the Missing Everything There has been a shocking crime at Mary Todd Lincoln Middle School In a glass case in the front hall a trophy the trophy the first trophy ever won in the school s lackluster competitive history has

  • Title: The Mystery of the Missing Everything
  • Author: Ben H. Winters
  • ISBN: 9780061965449
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Mystery of the Missing Everything

    There has been a shocking crime at Mary Todd Lincoln Middle School.In a glass case in the front hall, a trophy the trophy, the first trophy ever won in the school s lackluster competitive history has been stolen.Even horrifying, an outraged Principal Van Vreeland has canceled everything fun until the trophy is back, including the eighth graders long awaited, once in There has been a shocking crime at Mary Todd Lincoln Middle School.In a glass case in the front hall, a trophy the trophy, the first trophy ever won in the school s lackluster competitive history has been stolen.Even horrifying, an outraged Principal Van Vreeland has canceled everything fun until the trophy is back, including the eighth graders long awaited, once in a lifetime field trip to Taproot Valley Rock climbing, ropes courses, ecology hikes, s s all gone Luckily, Bethesda Fielding is on the case As self appointed sleuth extraordinaire, Bethesda s confident she ll be able to track down the culprit in no time and save her class trip Except it seems like the she searches for answers, the mysteries she reveals Can Bethesda solve this baffling mystery or are the eighth graders doomed for a Week of a Thousand Quizzes instead

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    1. Terry

      Young Reader Reaction Our pre teen instantly connected with Bethesda particularly when it came to her father s corny jokes She liked that Tenny and Bethesda could be just friends, especially since they were so different Her bottom line She liked it and would recommend it to a friend who likes girl detectives.Adult Reader Reaction The author has followed up The Secret Life of Mrs Finkleman with an equally fresh, fun mystery The story has plenty of middle school drama readers can relate to, but wi [...]

    2. Katie Fitzgerald

      Someone has stolen Mary Todd Lincoln Middle School s only trophy out of the display case in the Achievement Alcove, and Principal Van Vreeland is furious Determined to bring the thief to justice, the incensed principal decides to punish the entire school, cancelling the eighth grade trip and promising a week straight of quizzes in every class if the culprit won t fess up Bethesda Fielding, the heroine from The Secret Life of Ms Finkleman, realizes no one is going to take the blame as long as the [...]

    3. Gabs My Full Bookshelf Reviews

      Read of my reviews at My Full Bookshelf ReviewsI ll admit that when I started reading this, I was expecting to give it a two star rating That is because the beginning of this book is.rre It couldn t quite be considered a quirky book The beginning was just unexplainably weird.First, what I didn t like When you are reading this, keep in mind that I DID like this book There will most likely be a rant It is basically summed up in this phrase the Disney Channel original movie principal, Ms Van Vreel [...]

    4. Jan

      Bethesda Fielding likes to think of herself as a super sleuth, so when a trophy goes missing from her school s Achievement Alcove, Bethesda is eager to find the culprit.The mystery itself has some interesting twists and turns, and the resolution is quite satisfactory But I felt absolutely swamped by the number of secondary characters Thirty different students and 25 members of the school staff were introduced by name as well as 17 other people who had minor roles That s than 70 characters to ke [...]

    5. Jennifer

      Note First Read BookI was very happy to have received this book To be honest I was most drawn to it because of the cover illustration by the great Brett Helquist, but the book didn t disappoint.In it we are treated to a mystery of a stolen gymnastics trophy, and our main character Bethesda is determined to solve it Winters does a great job with Bethesda she is eminently capable and confident with out being annoyingly precocious or conceited Also the novel is full of fun pop culture references, e [...]

    6. mandyfujita

      I read the first book, The Secret Life of Ms Finkleman , by Ben H Winters which drove me to read The Mystery of the Missing Everything I guess what drew me was the quirky title I just wanted to see what the book was about Bethesda Fielding is back to her investigating She and her eighth grade class at Mary Todd Lincoln Middle School are thrown into another mystery that involves the only trophy in the Achievement Alcove The principal is livid that someone stole it She threatens that all extra cur [...]

    7. Sam

      What a cute book A trophey has been stolen from Mary Todd Lincoln Middle School and Principal Van Vreeland has decided to cancel all activities until the trophey is found This includes the eighth grade field trip to Taproot Valley So Bethesda Fielding decides its time to put on her detective hat and find out who did it and save the field trip I enjoyed reading this book but I do have to say that there were way too many names of people that you are suppose to remember At times it got confusing bu [...]

    8. Rick Stuckwisch

      This was a great fun read It s got a Tina Fey Mean Girls vibe, but on a junior high level, nothing risque or profane Picked it up for Oly at the library sale, and she liked it well enough to recommend it for the rest of us to enjoy, which we certainly did Breezily written, and easy on the tongue and ears alike Snappy story, with just the right amount of intrigue, humor, and personality I ve already ordered the previous book, The Secret Life of Ms Finkleman, from marketplace.

    9. Mark Mccarragher

      Was a winner of this book and have not recieved it yet I have tried contacting the publisher and author on , Facebook, twitter, and thier website and not heard any thing back Would really like to properly review this book but am not able to due to lack of communication, and shipment of the book.

    10. Addison Children's Services

      This sequel to The Secret Life of Ms Finkleman was an enjoyable mystery The school s only trophy has disappeared from the trophy case and the principal is so upset by its loss that she is canceling all extra curricular activities until it is recovered Bethesda sets off to solve the mystery of the missing trophy and discovers several other mysteries as well.

    11. J

      VERY VERY VERY CLICHE CHARACTERSExample Principal She is a very stereotypical mean teacher that makes punishment and wants everything to be perfectPamela The it girl who is very snobbyJustUghBut the one saving point was the plot.And the style of writing I found enjoyable.

    12. Katherine Rowland

      A good solid three stars Fun and a quick read, but so many secondary characters and subplots that it was difficult to keep track of them, and the conclusion was too sudden for many of them The conflict between the main character and her classmates felt stretched and too thin to be believable.

    13. Bethany

      While the writing itself was breezy and fast paced, and clearly the author is skilled, the characters were so despicable that they torpedoed the book.

    14. Sarvenaz Tash

      A perfect MG mystery The quirky characters reminded me so much of the WAYSIDE SCHOOL books Really clever and funny.

    15. Kathryn

      It s funny to read a YA book by an author you already know and like It meant I expected a little bit too much Also, this was the second in the series and I ve not read the first.

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