Something's Fishy, Hazel Green

Something's Fishy, Hazel Green

Odo Hirsch / Oct 01, 2020

Something s Fishy Hazel Green Every year Mr Petrusca the best fishmonger in town finds the biggest lobsters for one of his very best customers Mr Trimble But when a thief steals the two splendid lobsters Mr Petrusca is upset tha

  • Title: Something's Fishy, Hazel Green
  • Author: Odo Hirsch
  • ISBN: 9781582349473
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • Every year Mr Petrusca the best fishmonger in town finds the biggest lobsters for one of his very best customers, Mr Trimble But when a thief steals the two splendid lobsters, Mr Petrusca is upset than anyone can understand Hazel Green knows there s something fishy going on, but what could it be Through clever sleuthing, guesswork, and observation, Hazel discoveEvery year Mr Petrusca the best fishmonger in town finds the biggest lobsters for one of his very best customers, Mr Trimble But when a thief steals the two splendid lobsters, Mr Petrusca is upset than anyone can understand Hazel Green knows there s something fishy going on, but what could it be Through clever sleuthing, guesswork, and observation, Hazel discovers that Mr Petrusca can t read Hazel promises not to tell anyone, and she finally solves the mystery without giving away Mr Pertrusca s secret But will catching the thief solve all of the problems that this fishy mystery has created

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    1. In many ways, this is my family's favourite of the four Hazel Green novels. The tightly-woven plot is a perfect vehicle for the mixture of hilarity and sensitivity.Hazel enjoys watching Mr Petrusca, the cheerful fishmonger, fatten up two enormous lobsters for a prized customer, Mr Trimbel. When a thief nicks off with the lobsters and leaves a note in code on their tank, poor Mr Petrusca is more devastated than anybody would expect. It sends him into a tailspin of such deep despair, his indignant [...]


    2. Hazel is like a pint-size sleuth in her apartment building, puzzling out her neighbors' strange behaviors, and you can rarely predict the way she will think and how she will act.


    3. This is an entertaining and light hearted mystery book, perfect for children of primary school age. The protagonist Hazel may be familiar from the other three books written about her. The plot is simple: surrounding the mysterious theft of some expensive lobsters, but the bond between Hazel and her intelligent friend Yak is endearing and the different parts of the story come together to create a surprisingly interesting adventure.The book is filled with hilarious, slapstick moments and there is [...]


    4. I read this book aloud to my 6 year old daughter and 8 year old son. There's not much action in this book, and the kids were restless at times. Hazel has a very mature way of dealing with people and is a good role model, she thinks about how her actions affect others and goes out of her way to help people. My daughter particularly liked this, there's much to admire about Hazel. The story deals with the issue of an adult who cannot read, this prompted a lot of discussion in our household. Overall [...]


    5. A 1001 CBYMRBYGU.Something’s fishy at the fishmonger’s shop. Two enormous lobsters, procured for a picky client, have gone missing, with a note left as the only evidence. But what does the note mean? Who has taken the lobsters? And why? A mystery for Hazel Green and her friends to solve.


    6. Hazel green lives in an apartment and below her are shops like a fish store, flower shop, and bakery. On the fish shop someone just stole two lobsters which were the owner's prized posessions.In the end they found the thief after they solved a bunch of riddles.


    7. Odo Hirsch does it again! Now matter how old I get, I love his books. I can picture myself as an old granny toasting my toes in front of the fire and still reading this and laughing at Hazel's and the Yak's - I mean, Yakov's - conversations. Awesome.



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