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Publisher's Summary

In the seventh novel in New York Times best-selling Stuart Gibbs’s FunJungle series, Teddy Fitzroy returns as FunJungle’s resident sleuth to solve the disappearances of endangered bison and an irreplaceable necklace.

Teddy Fitzroy, his family, and some other FunJungle employees have been invited to visit a bison ranch just outside Yellowstone National Park that FunJungle’s owner, J.J. McCracken, is considering purchasing. But as usual, trouble isn’t far behind. 

The ranch’s endangered bison have been mysteriously disappearing. Then a massive local grizzly bear named Sasquatch breaks into the house, causing chaos. In the aftermath, Kandace McCracken discovers that her exceptionally expensive sapphire necklace has vanished. 

Was it stolen? Or did Sasquatch eat it? (And if so, can it be recovered?) And what’s been happening to the bison? 

With over a dozen suspects, it’s up to Teddy to detangle this hairy situation, before his family or friends - or any more expensive objects - become dinner.

©2021 Stuart Gibbs. All rights reserved. (P)2021 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Beyond disappointing!

The author has a history of dispensing his personal political nuggets, however this story in itself is subpar to the rest of the series and he has chosen to add homosexuality to the story as well as his bleeding heart liberal mentality. Provided excellent conversation topics for my family as to why this author’s choices are incredibly inappropriate. This has been very disheartening as we have previously enjoyed numerous books by this author, but this will certainly be the last one.

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I LIVE THERE

I enjoyed this book so much and me and my family live next to Yellowstone National park. Hearing about my home in one of my favorite books has been amazing, especially because all the small references are true. Dumb tourists do really exist, we have been asked questions such as “what time do you let the elk out?” And “at what part of the river does it loop back to your car?”

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Different, but still amazing!

I think that Stuart Gibbs added a lot of themes that were very different from his usual style, but over all, Stuart Gibbs' outstanding story is truly a good read.

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Bearly able to put down ;-)!

We absolutely love this book. The story is great and the narrator is fantastic. We both highly recommend listening to it.

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Blah

I got this to listen along with my son. This book is boring, stuffy and about as fresh as a Hardy Boys book.

The narration is monotone which is good for going to sleep, I guess?

This is the complete package of bad YA novels. Terrible story, poorly written and badly read.

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ehhhhhh

Did you have to mention Ray. Gotta make things political really. Not something I would have mentioned.

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Compared to some of the other books in this series, bear bottom is not that severe.

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Ye ye ye Super Cala fragile stick bruh yo yo

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The story is bleh

It’s so boring like why does the bear break into the house and go directly for the jewel ignores the trash and heads right for a closed off room and for a tiny scrap of food it spends some time between characters that do nothing but talk about the bear tracks I can’t get this time back which I fell asleep because the plot development is so slow his books are stagnant now and the older ones feel newer and more interesting then the newer boring,and weird books

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