CLUE Code-breaking Puzzles by Helene Hovanec
  

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CLUE Code-breaking Puzzles by Helene Hovanec

For more than 50 years, CLUEDO, Hasbro's popular board game, has kept everyone guessing with irresistibly clever whodunits. Now the fun continues with these 60 mini-mysteries, all related to the characters, weapons, or rooms made famous in the original. Why did the telephone suddenly go dead while Mr. Boddy was talking to Mr. Green? Where did the blood on Mrs. White's apron came from? As they try to solve these conundrums, young sleuths will test their ability to decipher clues, break codes, and become word detectives. What's happening in the ballroom when Mrs. Peacock sees a strange man with his arms around Miss Scarlet? Replace each symbol with its corresponding letter to find out. Colonel Mustard receives a note about a lost item; to read what it says, change each letter to the one that comes just 'before' it in the alphabet. Of course, answers are provided for those who need a peek!

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Helene Hovanec
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Publisher

Sterling Juvenile

Publication date

18th December 2008

ISBN

9781402753602


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