The Case of the Missing Banana

The Case of the Missing Banana

By Matthew Ryan

  • Release Date : 2012-09-25
  • Genre : Early Readers
  • FIle Size : 2.29 MB
Score: 4.0
From 532 Ratings
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The Case of the Missing Banana Someone has stolen Patrick's banana! But with the help of his friends Kevin and Arty, he's set out to track down his missing fruit (and the cowardly thief who took it).
It's up to Kevin and Arty to play detective to find out where the banana might be. Maybe it was taken while Patrick was playing soccer? Or while Patrick was reading a book? Perhaps it happened when Patrick went in to the kitchen and ate a banana. 
Wait a minute...


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  • Way too short for the money

    By Alex Vogel
    The characters are great, but the story is way too short, very bad value for money. Author must be making a fortune!
  • Amazing

    By cleopetra
    My 4 year old and 7 year old have made me read this story every night for 8 days and counting . Absolutely hysterical . Great animation . Love it .
  • Awesome

    By Farmer llama
    I loved it even if I am 12
  • Best one of the lot!!

    By Livi Samrook
    I'm 13 and me and my friends love this book, every time I read this, or another book of yours, I smile or laugh! I just wish all your books with Kevin, arty and Patrick were free. Then I would have them all!! THESE BOOKS REALLY ARE AMAZING!!!
  • It's nice to know where the banana was

    By Kate_Madeleine
    even at the age of 13 i loved this book. very good read and highly entertaining.
  • Patrick and the stolen banana

    By MayfairMummy
    The children loved it, the illustrations were clear and they were involved in the story. They've asked for over and over!
  • :)

    By Fatbear29
    My son loved this book.
  • Fabulous

    By DaddyCT
    Some of these bits were funny but some of them weren't! It was amazing I think I might read it again!
  • Good for kids

    By Elisha12xxxx
    It is very good for kids aged 4-8..
  • Shame!

    By EmUk84
    Thought I could use this in my foundation class but couldn't due to lack of grammar! Might use in an older class and rewrite correctly with kids! Shame as very sweet story. :(