Reviewed by Madeline N. (age 8)
This book made me wonder about where the skeleton was and who took him. There were many suspects including the principal, and I was always thinking about the same kind thing happening at our school. I liked the book because you only had to think about the skeleton, and you didn't have to worry about finding clues. The author told you the clues which made it easier to focus on just finding the skeleton. My favorite part of the story was when Dink got a paper cut and someone in the class said, "Teacher's pet, teacher's pet, when Dink gets sick he goes to the vet." I thought this was a really funny part because Dink isn't a pet.
I would recommend this book to students in grades 2 - 4, because it is kind of hard, but funny, too! The author did a good job of making tricky clues that were hard to figure out and that really made me think. If you like books that take place in school you will love this mystery.