A Square? A Rectangle! (My First Discovery Library) by Holly Karapetkova

By Holly Karapetkova

Childrens Will take pleasure in studying the variations among A Rectangle And A sq. With This publication That Leads the kid to discover Rectangles And Squares on the planet round Them.

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You need both of them to find it. 42 "See," Meg continued. "The eye on the scrimshaw whale looks like an 'X. ' I bet that 'X' marks the spot on the island where you should look for the treasure. " The captain's jaw dropped in surprise. "Now that I see it, it makes perfect sense," he said. "As simple as putting one plus one together. In fact, I think I recognize the spot. . it's at. . wait a minute. I want to be the one to find it first. Thanks, M egoI" 43 "I guess you really solved two mysteries at once," Cramps said to Meg a few weeks later.

Anthony was sunbathing. Jasper was reading Peter's comic books in the lifeboat. Cramps was asleep in 38 the cabin and didn't see you. The rest of us were on deck. You took Mrs. Maxwell's nail file to break the padlock and used her handkerchief to wipe off your fingerprints. Then you rolled up the map and stuffed it into Dr. Peck's camera-lens case, which she had left on the bench in the cabin. I think you ripped the stamp off the envelope and threw the envelope overboard to be rid of it. " WHERE?

Just as Meg had suspected. "I never thought you'd miss one little stamp," groaned Mr. Morley. "But such a valuable little stamp ... an 1855 New Zealand. " cried Dr. Peck. There was another clunk and the engine started up. The lights flickered back on. " shouted Jasper. "The police will take care of Mr. Morley when we get back to shore," said Captain Quinn. " exclaimed Meg. " HOW? 41 Meg got out her magnifying glass and the scrimshaw. "If you look at the scrimshaw carefully, the whale looks like the island on the treasure map.

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