Aunt Eater hopes to take a relaxing vacation at the Hotel Bathwater. But before long, a missing ferry captain, a diamond ring thief, an absentminded professor, and a suspicious-looking woman arouse her curiosity. "Here's a sprightly, easy-to-read chapter book [that] beginning readers are bound to enjoy."óBL.
Children's Books of 1992 (Library of Congress)
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Doug Cushman is the author-illustrator of the popular I Can Read Books, Aunt Eater Loves a Mystery, a 1988 Reading Rainbow Selection, and Camp Big Paw. He has illustrated other books for children, including Tillie and Mert by Ida Luttrell . Mr. Cushman lives in New Haven, CT.From School Library Journal:
Kindergarten-Grade 2-- Aunt Eater, introduced in Aunt Eater Loves a Mystery (HarperCollins, 1987), returns. Would-be sleuths can try to solve the mysterious disappearances of a ferry captain, a diamond ring, and a dinosaur bone, and determine the identity of a strange woman. Cushman enhances his text with numerous watercolor illustrations that assist readers with visual clues. Children will appreciate Aunt Eater's excitement when she rings the ferry's ``All Ashore'' bell and meets her favorite author. Another good addition to the series. --Gale W. Sherman, Pocatello Public Library, ID
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