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The Lucky Lottery

by Ron Roy
Series: A to Z Mysteries #12
96 pages, Mystery
Reviewed by bookRacoon

A good book with no bad content.

Plot

Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose are best friends who live in the town of Green Lawn, Connecticut. They are very happy when news comes out that their friend Lucky won the local lottery, since his family lives simply and happily. However, someone else hears about it, too, and this person decides that they should take the lottery. Can the three get Lucky's lottery back before the cash-in deadline expires?

Morality

Stealing someone's lottery is obviously wrong; it doesn't help that Lucky is really nice and his family could use it. The good characters are very morally upright.

Spiritual Content

None.

Violence

None.

Drug and Alcohol Content

None.

Sexual Content

None.

Crude or Profane Language or Content

None.

Conclusion

This book again shows that Ron Roy can write awesome kids' mysteries. A fine read for children without worrisome content, this book works well as a read-aloud.

Fun Score: 5
Values Score: 5
Written for Age: 8-10

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