The Poison Frog Mystery (The Boxcar Children Mysteries #74)

The Poison Frog Mystery (The Boxcar Children Mysteries #74)

Gertrude Chandler Warner

Language: English

Pages: 140

ISBN: 0807565873

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


When someone steals animals from the zoo, the children set a trap using a beautiful but dangerous poison-arrow frog.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

be taken next?” Violet asked. Lindsey frowned. “It gets much more serious now. I’m afraid this time the thief might go for the toads.” “Toads?” Jessie asked, surprised. “I thought there were lots of toads around.” “No,” Lindsey said. “Some toads and frogs are very rare. And we have one of the rarest kinds in our program right now.” She hesitated. “I think we’d better go talk to Dr. Hunziker. Come on.” They all met in the keeper’s room behind the amphibian enclosures. It didn’t take long for

go to the drug store to g—” Henry stopped in midsentence. He and Lindsey looked at each each other. “Hey!” he said. “Hey!” she said back. “Are you thinking what I’m thinking?” he asked. “I think so,” Lindsey said. Grandfather smiled. “I think I am, too.” “Me, too!” Jessie said. “And me,” Violet added. Benny, who suddenly felt left out, cried, “I don’t know what anyone’s talking about!” “Sorry, Benny!” Henry said. “The drugstore! That might be the answer! If the thief had a rash and

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Who would want to steal animals at all? That’s so mean.” Lindsey said, “My guess is they stole the ferrets because they’re valuable. Remember that they’re a very rare species. There are only a few thousand black-footed ferrets left in the wild. There was a time, in fact, when scientists thought they were extinct. But then a little group of them was discovered. So they were almost all gone once before. We really can’t afford to lose them again.” “But that still doesn’t explain why they’re

them on display in about a week. For now, however, we’re trying to get them used to their new surroundings. We’ve got them in the Bird Barn, in room number seven.” Lindsey told them about the California condors. As she spoke, Benny noticed a short, muscular young man sitting nearby, wearing a brightly colored checkered shirt and sunglasses. He was writing on a little notepad and seemed to be listening to their conversation. When Lindsey was done, the man got up and hurried away. Benny was going

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