Press:Houghton Mifflin Houghton Mifflin; 1st edition (September 28, 1992)
Author Name:Clifford, Eth/ Lies, Brian (ILT)
Flatfoot Fox is back to solve a kidnapping -- the case of missing Nosy Otter -- with the help of Secretary Bird.
"The text, with its good humor and dry wit, is perfect for young mystery buffs searching for an easy chapter book.
The black-and-white pen-and-ink illustrations--energetic, expressive, and full of droll detail--are sprinkled generously throughout.
And for fans of Fox, the ending promises yet another case for the intrepid gumshoe." School Library Journal
About the Author
BRIAN LIESis the award-winning author-illustrator of the New York Times bestsellers Bats at the Beach, Bats at the Library,Bats at the Ballgame, andBats in the Band.In addition, hehas written and illustrated more than twenty books for children.
Born in Princeton, New Jersey, Brian lives on the South Shore of Massachusetts with his family.
Visit www.BrianLies.com to learn more about the author and his books.
Children's Books,Mysteries & Detectives
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Comment List (Total:6)
- This was a very fun, exciting and mysterious story. The book makes you pay attention to detail to help solve the mystery. It's funny at times, and at the end there is another mystery.
- Great series for kids!! My kids love them!! Item was a great price and quality! Arrived on time!
- I just got done reading a great,funny and Lively book called Flatfoot Fox An The Case Of Nosy Otter. This book has a mystery waiting to be solved and mabye you can help solve it by reading this book.I would give this book 4 stars. I would recommend this book for 7 and older people and who love to read mysteries!
- I just finished this great book called FlatFoot Fox and the Case of the Nosy Otter. If you have not read this book than you'll love it. It was interesting and funny because Lame Brain Swan did not make any sense when FlatFoot Fox and Secreatary Bird came to ask him Questions.I would rate this a five star book.I would recommend this to kids seven and older who love mystery books.
- Great book! Why? I can't describe very well, but, aren't mysteries in Animal World fun? Only, one complaint big enough to knock off 2 stars: Just when Crabby Crow tells Mrs. Chatterbox to not talk for a day and a night in order to become the Sky Agent or whatever, after ONE word comes from Mrs. Chatterbox's mouth, she drops right out of the story! She is not just quiet in her words, also quiet in her acts. I thought she would do funny body signals, but NO, she just is quiet in sound & acts. On the positive side, very funny. Nosy is not kidnapped at all, just invited! Signed, StoryMaker. "Gotta trust the kid's review!"
- I just read a great book called Flatfoot Fox and the Case of Nosy Otter, written by Eth Clifford. It was a good book. It had a lot of funny parts in it. Did you know that Flatfoot Fox is the smartest detective in the world? I would recommend this book for ages 7,8,9,10 If you like mystery books you would like this book.