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“Elementary, My Dear Watson!”

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Enjoy this charming retelling of one of many Sherlock Holmes- The Hounds of Baskervilles tales, told specifically for kids!

 Sherlock Holmes
In this installment, Sherlock and his assistant, Dr. Watson, are hired to solve the curse of the The Hound of the Baskervilles. After the lord of the Baskervilles dies of curious circumstances in the moors, his young heir from America comes to take over the care of his ancestral home. Except, it seems, that someone does not want any Baskervilles living on their land. Sir Henry’s life is immediately threatened before he even arrives on his property.
Sherlock Holmes: The Hound of the Baskervilles (Playmobil)
Sherlock sends Dr. Watson ahead of him with Sir Henry to the Baskervilles, while Sherlock stays behind to do some investigations in London. While the details of the curse are very convincing and terrifying, Mr. Holmes, the infamous detective known for his amazing use of observation and deduction, knows that there has to be a logical, non-supernatural explanation for the mysterious deaths that the locals say are caused by the devilish Hound of the Baskervilles.
Will Mr. Holmes and Dr. Watson be able to solve this mystery before another Baskerville dies? Is the Hound of the Baskervilles real or just a clever invention? You’ll have to read to find out!

This charming, clever retelling of Sherlock Holmes is perfect for young children, especially those kids who love Legos. All of the illustrations of the characters are Lego-style people! But the dark images and backgrounds capture the eery story being told! This story would be great to read around the camp fire! It’ll send a shiver up your spine! Grab your copy of this highly entertaining book here.
 
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Fingerprint Science to help you find the true culprit! Check out this fun fingerprint activity at KC Edventures-
 Fingerprint activity
Sherlock is famous for his Deerstalker Hat that he’s never seen without. Here’s how to make your own:
Sherlock’s main tool is deduction. Here is the key rule:
    “Once the possible has been eliminated, whatever remains, however irrational, must therefore be the truth.” 
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