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The Missing Mummy

by Ron Roy
Series: A-Z Mysteries #13
96 pages, Mystery
Reviewed by bookRacoon

A good continuation of the A to Z series.

Plot

Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose are best friends who live in the town of Green Lawn, Connecticut. One day they visit the museum, attending a mummy exhibit. Suddenly, in the middle of the guide's explanation, someone snatches the youngest mummy and runs off. Since the mummy is an expensive artifact, the kids decide that they should try to help the museum out. But they find that the mummy might just be a decoy.

Morality

The bad guys try to commit a crime against the museum. Right and wrong are clearly shown, and Dink and his friends are fine role models.

Spiritual Content

No mentions of God, Christianity, or any other religions. Characters are morally sound.

Violence

None.

Drug and Alcohol Content

None.

Sexual Content

None.

Crude or Profane Language or Content

None.

Conclusion

"The Missing Mummy" is a creative book and is enjoyably written. The mystery and resolution is good, and the story doesn't present any morality issues. Like the rest of the series, this is a good read for its age group.

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

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