Nate the Great and the Phony Clue

Written by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat
Illustrated by Marc Simont

Reviewed by William H. (age 10)

Nate finds pieces of paper that have words on them. Now Nate goes to his friends' houses to find all the missing pieces and find out what the paper says. If you want to know what the paper says, then read this book.

I think this book is fantastic because I love detective books, and it's a perfect book for me to read. When I read this book it makes me want to be a detective too. My favorite part was when Nate found out who did it, because this part is where the story ends. The only character I liked was Nate , because he does most of the work and he is the main character. The illustrations are black and white, and a little like sketches. I recommend this book to people who like detective books.

William H. is a student in Ms. Probst's 5th Grade Class
2000-2001