The Case of the Missing Bicycles

The Case of the Missing Bicycles
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August 30, 2022
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The treehouse court is now in session in this first book in the Judge Kim and the Kids’ Court Level 3 Ready-to-Read Graphics series about a young judge who presides over conflict of all sizes in her neighborhood!

When bicycles go missing at Fairville Elementary School, it’s up to Kim Webster to settle the case. Up in her treehouse court, Judge Kim listens to witnesses and evidence gathered by her friends before determining what’s fair and what’s not. Will Judge Kim be able to restore peace to her neighborhood?

Ready-to-Read Graphics books give readers the perfect introduction to the graphic novel format with easy-to-follow panels, speech bubbles with accessible vocabulary, and sequential storytelling that is spot-on for beginning readers. There’s even a how-to guide for reading graphic novels at the beginning of each book.

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The early graphic novel format is easy to follow for children that may be new to the format. It contains a glossary of important terms that Kim learns about the justice system and courts when she first visits her mom at work as a Judge, and then when she calls a trial over missing bicycles in the neighborhood. This would be great in early elementary to go along with a social studies unit on community helpers and the government. The plot skips around a bit and takes broad strokes to resolve the conflict that would help keep a younger child’s attention and stay focused on the terminology it is introducing. The illustrations are bright and inviting and the format keeps the story moving.
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