A Library of the School of EducationDPIUW-Madison School Of EducationUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonUW-Madison LibraryUW-Madison Catalog
Home
About the CCBC
Authors and Illustrators
Recommended Books for Children and Young Adults
CCBC Calendar and Events
CCBC-Net
CCBC Podcasts
CCBC Publications
Intellectual Freedom
Links

Support the CCBC
Support the CCBC
Are you a...K-12 TeacherLibrarianEarly Childhood Care ProviderUW Student / Faculty

Inspector Hopper

by Doug Cushman

Published by HarperCollins, 2000
65 pages
ISBN: 0060283823

4-7

A fresh, funny, very easy reader showcases three short mystery stories featuring Inspector Hopper, a grasshopper private eye . . . er, private bug. First, he tracks down the missing Mrs. Ladybug, who didn't fly away home when Mr. Ladybug called. Then he helps mosquito Skeet find out what happened to his boat ("It looks like a leaf," says Eensy Weensy spider and others. "It is a leaf . . . but it is a good boat," says Skeet.) Then Hopper and his sidekick, McBugg, gain a surprising new ally and dispense some helpful detective advice on a night the full moon follows them home. Each story is more creative than the one before, with true child-centered humor kids will love, including witty references to some of the rhymes and songs they'll remember from early childhood. Friendly full-color illustrations appear on every page. CCBC categories: Easy Fiction.  © Cooperative Children's Book Center


book cover
Book of the Week

ACCESSIBILITY POLICY:
In accordance with the UW-Madison Accessibility Policy, this site makes every effort to comply with the World Wide Web standards defined in the Federal Rehabilitation Act Section 508, specifically subsections 1194.22 and subsection 1194.31. If you need additional resources or have any questions or concerns about this site, please contact the site administrator for more information.
UW crest