Reviewed by Olivia O. (age 8)
My favorite part of the book is when Nate the Great thought Rosemond gave him a valentine. He wanted to stay in the dog house because if he touched it, it would be officially his. So he stayed in the dog house until the valentine that Rosemond gave him blew away and Sludge was happy that Nate the Great was with him. I liked the book because it was funny. Nate the Great always eats pancakes when he is solving a case because they help him think. He ate lots and lots of pancakes in this story because he had two mysteries to solve. Nate the Great reminds me of when I was a detective and I had to find my pink pencil. I had to ask a lot of people questions to find it.
I recommend this book to other third graders who love mysteries and the Nate the Great series.