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3 edition of The case of the ruby slippers found in the catalog.

The case of the ruby slippers

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  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Holiday House in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Family,
  • Lost and found possessions,
  • Presidents,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Fiction,
  • Sisters,
  • White House (Washington, D.C.),
  • Dogs,
  • Mystery and detective stories

  • About the Edition

    With the help of their rambunctious dog, Hooligan, seven-year-old Tessa and ten-year-old Cammie, daughters of the first female president, investigate when Dorothy"s ruby slippers vanish while on loan to the White House.

    Edition Notes

    StatementMartha Freeman
    SeriesFirst kids mystery -- #3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.F87496 Cau 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25162291M
    ISBN 109780823424092
    LC Control Number2011044582

    Aunt Jen, the official White House hostess, is being thrown a surprise party with a Wizard of Oz theme. A dog that looks just like Toto will be there -- and so will the famous ruby slippers that Judy Garland wore in the movie. But when the box arrives from the Smithsonian Museum, the slippers aren't in it! Never fear, First Kids Cammie and Tessa are on the case. White House dog Hooligan. "At the Auction of the Ruby Slippers," the middle piece of this middle section, and thus the middle of the book as well, is an example. The ruby slippers are of course those worn by Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz," and, on the surface, the story is a broad sociopolitical satire, a bit over the top at times, told by a communal "we" and depicting.

      The Case of the Missing Ruby Slippers Michele Norris talks with Jim Ginavan, director of the non-profit Oz Museum in Wamego, Kan., about a pair of original ruby slippers .   LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) Rhys Thomas has updated a book he wrote 30 years ago, “The Ruby Slippers of Oz,” because a lot has happened since then, especially the story of how one of the pairs was recovered by the FBI. The Ruby Slippers of Oz: Thirty Years Later is expected to arrive after Christmas, according to Amazon. This version has.

    Ruby Slippers aims to develop a framework for understanding the feminine soul through the lens of evangelical thought. I liked Jonalyn's approach because she recognizes the variety of women's experiences, yet attempts to draw some feminine distinctions with her "family resemblances" theory/5. Salman Rushdie's "At the Auction of the Ruby Slippers" In the human setting, regardless of regional and cultural difference, there are many uncontrolled factors that influence the way a consumer thinks, why she or she chooses a given path, as well as the reasons behind the application of a given strategy to achieve certain goals.


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The Case of the Ruby Slippers (First Kids Mystery Book 3) - Kindle edition by Freeman, Martha. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Case of the Ruby Slippers (First Kids Mystery Book 3)/5(3).

“The Case of the Ruby Slippers” is a page-turning combination of mystery, fast-paced humor, animal antics and Americana.

This time out, first kids Cameron, Tessa and Nate have to find and retrieve one of the Smithsonian’s most popular exhibits, the ruby slippers from “The Wizard of Oz.”4/5.

A dog that looks just like Toto will be there -- and so will the famous ruby slippers that Judy Garland wore in the movie. But when the box arrives from the Smithsonian Museum, the slippers aren't in it.

Never fear, First Kids Cammie and Tessa are on the case. White House dog Hooligan finds one slipper, but no one know where or :   In The Case of the Ruby Slippers the girls have ordered the ruby red slippers from the movie The Wizard of Oz for their aunt's birthday.

But when the shoes are missing--and then quickly found--the girls feel an investigation is in order. This book makes me wish I taught fourth grade instead of preschool so I could read it aloud to a class!/5(3). In The Case of the Ruby Slippers the girls have ordered the ruby red slippers from the movie The Wizard of Oz for their aunt's birthday.

But when the shoes are missing--and then quickly found--the girls feel an investigation is in order. This book makes me wish I taught fourth grade instead of preschool so I could read it aloud to a class!/5. The Smithsonian’s ruby slippers are inside a guarded museum, in a gallery with cameras and behind an alarmed case, among other security measures the museum won’t disclose.

The ruby slippers are the magic pair of shoes worn by Dorothy Gale as played by Judy Garland in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musical film The Wizard of e of their iconic stature, the ruby slippers are among the most valuable items of film memorabilia. A number of pairs were made for the film, though the exact number is unknown.

Five pairs are known to have survived; one pair was. Ruby Slippers provides women (and men) with a balanced and substantiveyet entirely accessibletreatment of femininity. Fincher makes her case for a reasonable complementarity of male and female souls without attaching to this any kind of patriarchal model.

By framing her discussion in terms of a flexible sense of 'family resemblances /5(24). A pair of ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in the film ‘The Wizard of Oz’ and stolen from the actress’ namesake museum in Minnesota more than a decade ago has been recovered.

Conservators at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History assisted the Minneapolis Division of the FBI in the case of ruby slippers f. The Ruby Slippers is the type of book I absolutely love. It’s a story where all the characters end up connected in some way or another and each individual story is told, concluding with some connection to another character.

Michael is a grocer who is almost nearing retirement age. His aunt Rosa is a social pariah who is seen as the smelly old /5. The Ruby Slippers' case provides that data in real time and can detect sudden changes. It will notify staff so they can set things right.

Keep out the bad guys. Yes, protecting against theft is important. Another pair of Ruby Slippers was stolen from a Minnesota museum in and recently recovered—and we take object security extremely.

Aunt Jen, the official White House hostess, is being thrown a surprise party with a Wizard of Oz theme. A dog that looks just like Toto will be there -- and so will the famous ruby slippers that Judy Garland wore in the movie.

But when the box arrives from the Smithsonian Museum, the slippers aren't in it. Never fear, First Kids Cammie and Tessa are on the case. Electronic books Detective and mystery fiction Fiction Juvenile works Mystery fiction Juvenile fiction: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Freeman, Martha, Case of the ruby slippers.

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Aunt Jen, the official White House hostess, is being thrown a surprise party with a Wizard of Oz theme. A Brand: Holiday House. The history of the ruby slippers The shoes are covered in about 2, sequins, according to the Hollywood Reporter In The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - L.

Frank Baum's book on which the film is. Salman Rushdie’s short story, “At the Auction of the Ruby Slippers”, follows an unnamed narrator as he attempts to bid for a pair of red shoes from the classic film, The Wizard of Oz.

The reader experiences the narrator’s internal commentary about the other people at the auction and his society in general. Download file to see previous pages In the book, the aim of the author is getting his cousin back through providing her with ruby slippers.

It is imperative to note that these encompass fashion and luxury to which consumer behavior, according to the buyer, have been viewed as acceptable. Get this from a library. The case of the ruby slippers. [Martha Freeman] -- With the help of their rambunctious dog, Hooligan, seven-year-old Tessa and ten-year-old Cammie, daughters of the first female president, investigate when Dorothy's ruby slippers vanish while on loan.

Ruby's Slippers by Tricia Rayburn Realistic Fiction pages This book is about a girl named Ruby Lee, who grew up in Curly Creek, Kansas all her life with he mother.

She has been friends with Gabby as long as she can remember and was comfortable with everyone around the neighborhood. She enjoys everything, including the movie 'Wizard of Oz', her favorite, and connects her situations to 4/5(52). With the help of their rambunctious dog, Hooligan, seven-year-old Tessa and ten-year-old Cammie, daughters of the first female president, investigate when Dorothy's ruby slippers vanish while on loan to the White House Elementary Grade Accelerated Reader Reading Counts!

AR A dog that looks just like Toto will be there — and so will the famous ruby slippers that Judy Garland wore in the movie. But when the box arrives from the Smithsonian Museum, the slippers aren't in it!

Never fear, First Kids Cammie and Tessa are on the case. White House dog Hooligan finds one slipper, but no one know where or how. 4 of 4 These ruby-red shoes were used in the film, “The Wizard of Oz,” based on L. Frank Baum’s book, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” which is the subject of Brookfield’s “One Town, One Read” this summer.

As part of its programming to celebrate this selection, the library has arranged for Ryan Lintelman, curator of the entertainment collection at the National Museum of.