The Mystery of the Blue Ring by Patricia Reilly Giff

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The Mystery of the Blue Ring

Second-grader Dawn Bosco puts her mystery-solving skills to the test when her former best friend, Emily Arrow, loses her birthday ring
 
Dawn Bosco and Emily Arrow used to be best friends, until Dawn took Emily’s unicorn. Even though Dawn eventually gave it back, Emily still won’t talk to her.
 
When Emily’s blue birthday ring goes missing after art class, the rest of the second grade accuses Dawn of stealing it. Dawn sets out to solve the mystery herself to prove she is innocent—and maybe get her best friend back.
 
This ebook features an illustrated biography of Patricia Reilly Giff including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.
'“In uncommon sympathy with her audience, Giff gets right to the heart of grade-schoolers’ priorities.” —Publishers Weekly “Handling difficult subjects with sensitivity is Mrs. Giff’s specialty.” —The New York Times “Just the stuff for reluctant or newly independent readers.” —School Library Journal “Giff writes about the concerns of second and third graders with a sure hand.” —School Library Journal “An affectionate picture of lower elementary students making their way through the ups and downs of classroom life.” —Booklist'
Second-grader Dawn Bosco puts her mystery-solving skills to the test when her former best friend, Emily Arrow, loses her birthday ring
 
Dawn Bosco and Emily Arrow used to be best friends, until Dawn took Emily’s unicorn. Even though Dawn eventually gave it back, Emily still won’t talk to her.
 
When Emily’s blue birthday ring goes missing after art class, the rest of the second grade accuses Dawn of stealing it. Dawn sets out to solve the mystery herself to prove she is innocent—and maybe get her best friend back.
 
This ebook features an illustrated biography of Patricia Reilly Giff including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.
'“In uncommon sympathy with her audience, Giff gets right to the heart of grade-schoolers’ priorities.” —Publishers Weekly “Handling difficult subjects with sensitivity is Mrs. Giff’s specialty.” —The New York Times “Just the stuff for reluctant or newly independent readers.” —School Library Journal “Giff writes about the concerns of second and third graders with a sure hand.” —School Library Journal “An affectionate picture of lower elementary students making their way through the ups and downs of classroom life.” —Booklist'
Publisher: Open Road Media Young Readers ISBN: 9781453220399 Pages: 75