Don't miss A to Z Mysteries--alphabetic adventures that are full of thrills, chills, and cases to crack
L is for Lucky...
In the twelfth book of the A to Z Mysteries--an early chapter book mystery series featuring strong boy and girl characters--the usually unlucky Lucky O'Leary finally gets some luck when his grandfather sends him a lottery ticket that turns out to be a million-dollar winner But before Lucky can cash it in, someone sneaks into his house and steals it. Now it's up to Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose to track down the thief and return the ticket - before Lucky loses out
Each book includes a map and a letter from the author. Parents, teachers, and librarians agree that these highly collectible chapter books are perfect for emerging readers and any kid who love mysteries
|Illustrator:||Gurney, John Steven|
|Publisher:||Random House Childrens Books|
|Publish Date:||Nov 2000|
|Number of Pages:||86|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.16|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||5.08 x 0.26 x 7.51|
Author and illustrator John Steven Gurney grew up in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He studied art at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York and drew caricatures on the boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey during the summers. While in college, he won a national poster contest for Molson's Golden Ale which appeared in Rolling Stone magazine. It was seen by the art directors at Ariel Books and led to his first picture book assignment.
He is the illustrator of over 100 children's books including all of the titles in The Bailey School Kids and The A to Z Mysteries series. His illustrations have also appeared in children's magazines like Cricket, Babybug, and Ladybird as well as non-children's magazines like TV Guide and National Lampoon. He also illustrated the board game Guess Who for Milton Bradley.
Ron Roy was born in Hartford, Connecticut on April 29, 1940. After high school, he joined the Navy for two years. He received a Bachelor's degree in literature from the University of Connecticut and a Masters degree in teaching from the University of Hartford. He was an elementary school teacher for numerous years. His first children's book, A Thousand Pails of Water, was published in 1978. Soon afterwards, he stopped teaching and became a full-time writer, but he still visits schools around the country. He is the author of the A to Z Mysteries series, the Capital Mysteries series, and the Calendar Mysteries series.
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