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Mystery of Case D. Luc, The [Paperback]

Beverly Lewis , Barbara Birch
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Aug. 1 1995 Cul-de-sac Kids (Book 6)
Dunkum's new basketball has been signed by his hero, David Robinson. Now Dunkum spends all his time playing with the ball. He's much too busy for his Cul-de-sac friends.When the ball disappears, Dunkum finds a secret code. Someone with a weird name has stolen the basketball! And he's leaving messages everywhere! Who is the mysterious Case D. Luc? And will the codes lead Dunkum to his treasured ball?

The Mystery of Case D. Luc was chosen as a C.S. Lewis Noteworthy Book

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Grade 3-5?Thinly veiled Sunday school lessons, complete with scripture verses, didacticism, and a proselytizing style. In Mystery, Dunkum's basketball, signed by Christian ballplayer David Robinson, disappears. Through a series of puzzles and codes, Dunkum, who attends church alone because his parents aren't Christian, finds his ball. Jason, the main character in No Grown-ups, has Attention Deficit Disorder and breaks his parents' house rules while they are away for the weekend. While both titles are poorly written and shallow in plot and characterization, No Grown-Ups is also inaccurate in presentation. Medicating ADD children is highly controversial and there is no scientific proof that chocolate and sugar make them hyperactive. It is a disservice to these youngsters to perpetuate such misconceptions. Unnecessary purchases.?Pamela K. Bomboy, Chesterfield County Public Schools, VA
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.

About the Author

Beverly Lewis was born in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country. She fondly recalls her growing-up years, and due to a keen interest in her mother's Plain family heritage, many of Beverly's books are set in Lancaster County.



A former schoolteacher, Bev is a member of The National League of American Pen Women&#151the Pikes Peak Branch&#151and the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. Her bestselling books are among the C.S. Lewis Noteworthy List Books, and both The Postcard and Annika's Secret Wish have received Silver Angel Awards. Bev and her husband have three children and make their home in Colorado.

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1.0 out of 5 stars Not For Non-Christian Families Dec 4 2002
Format:Paperback
Ms. Lewis wastes no time pushing her beliefs. She tells young readers the protagonist's hero is David Robinson, the basketball player but he is no ordinary basketball player. David Robinson
is a Christian. All her books work in Sunday school, Church and
Thank God's. None of which would be offensive if the covers of her books were just up front about it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful and safe books for kids Aug. 17 2009
By R. Stoller - Published on Amazon.com
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As a mother of children who read well above their age level it is difficult finding books for my 6 year old boy that he can both enjoy and that don't have social issues in them well beyond his maturity level. This book, as all of them in the series, fit that bill for me. I also appreciated the open discussion of good character and Christian morals in the book. Not as hidden as CS Lewis's classics but he is still a little too young to read those! And I didn't have to worry about the offensive behaviors he picked up as when he read Diary of Wimpy Kids...which is way above his maturity level. Thank you Beverly Lewis for, yet again, writing appropriate material for kids!
2.0 out of 5 stars Awesome March 13 2014
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it's good but not the best thing.
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plants vs zombies and the other day that I am not going out with you and me both sides of this issue is a good time with my family members.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great, wholesome book for kids Feb. 25 2014
By K H - Published on Amazon.com
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My seven year old daughter LOVES this book and the series! She is begging for more. As she would say, "They are SO good!" I love them because whenever she gets a new one, she can't put it down. Plus, they are wholesome, family orientated books that have good "old fashioned" values... I couldn't ask for more.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not For Non-Christian Families Dec 4 2002
By Doug Middleton - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Ms. Lewis wastes no time pushing her beliefs. She tells young readers the protagonist's hero is David Robinson, the basketball player but he is no ordinary basketball player. David Robinson
is a Christian. All her books work in Sunday school, Church and
Thank God's. None of which would be offensive if the covers of her books were just up front about it.
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