I am reading a book called “Third Grade Detective“. In the beginning, the third grade detectives went to a local art museum and they found out that a statue was been stolen, so the police went there to investigate about it and they saw that the statue was smashed into pieces and thrown in the dumpster. That made me think, who would do that? Now the director of the museum is very sad, so the third grade detectives decided they wanted to help out.
The third grade’s teacher, Mr.Merlin used to be a spy before. He gives secret codes clues to help people with there cases, so now when the third grade detective needed more information about the mystery of the statue from the museum, Mr.Merlin first had to write them a code clue from there class room to solve, so they can practice more about how to find more information about the statue from the museum. Mr. Merlin gave them a code that wrote “LikezooKeyplAceTableoTherHeadsaBOutNeEdS”. This time when the third grade detectives had the answer, they couldn’t understand it because they just read it in one straight line “LikezooKeyplAceTableoTherHeadsaBOutNeEdS”, so that’s how they got the answer, but when they showed it to Mr.Merlin, he said it was wrong and so he gave hints. For example: Capital letters start from the first letter and then the rest are the lower case letters. After that, they had more information and finally, they figured out who it was.
Now they had figured out who it was. It was Willie, the museum worker and Dr.Kirk, the museum director because first they made duplicates, but then they decided to throw that one away in the dumpster, so they couldn’t be recognized and that’s why other people will think it’s the real one, so that made me think, mistakes happen all the time.