The Case of the Pen Gone Missing: A Mickey Rangel Mystery/El caso de la pluma perdida: coleccion Mickey Rangel, detective privado

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Abstract

&quot;When Toots Rodriguez approaches Mickey on the playground, he knows something is up. Toots, the prettiest girl in the fifth grade, never talks to Mickey, not even when they&apos;re assigned to work together on a class project. But Toots has come to Mickey because she&apos;s in trouble, and he&apos;s a detective. The real deal. He has a badge and a certificate after completing an online course two years ago.<br>&apos;You have to believe me, Mickey. I didn&apos;t take that pen. I didn&apos;t.&apos; When Toots shines her big green eyes on him and insists repeatedly that she&apos;s innocent, Mickey&apos;s intuition tells him to run fast in the opposite direction. But he&apos;s a sucker for a pretty girl, so he takes on the case of the missing pen.<br>Rumor has it that Toots stole Eddy&apos;s pen. It&apos;s not just any old pen; it&apos;s his dad&apos;s pen. It has the White House logo on it. Eddy&apos;s father, a senator from South Texas, got the pen from the President of the United
Original languageEnglish
PublisherPiñata Books/Arte Público Press
ISBN (Print)9781558855557
StatePublished - Mar 2009

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