Sebastian, Super Sleuth by Mary Blount Christian

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The adventures of Sebastian the dog as he helps his detective master track down a missing robot.
 

About Mary Blount Christian

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Lois Axeman is an illustrator of children's books. Some of the books she's illustrated include You Go Away, written by Dorothy Corey, Henry and Melissa Sport stories, written by Silky Sullivan, The One in the Middle is the Green Kangaroo by Judy Blume (first edition) I Like Things (Beginning to Read), Tasting Party (Five Senses Series) and The Touch Book (Five Senses Series).
 
Published January 1, 1974 by J. P. O'Hara. 49 pages
Genres: . Fiction

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Once more canine Sebastian, the real brain behind his master John's crime-solving as a police detective, out-guesses and out-sniffs the humans on a case while bristling at being treated like a dog.

Sep 01 1983 | Read Full Review of Sebastian, Super Sleuth

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Thanks to quick thinking, along with his trademark use of disguises, Sebastian discovers that Wolfe is the nefarious Spar himself, come to do whatever mischief he can with a suit stolen from the movie set.

Mar 01 1990 | Read Full Review of Sebastian, Super Sleuth

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Like its mermaid heroine, this uneven novel is something of a hybrid: a romantic fantasy imposed atop a classical legend. A lengthy, even laborious set-up invents a genealogy for mermaids within Greek

Sep 28 1998 | Read Full Review of Sebastian, Super Sleuth

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