• Field Trip Mysteries: The Ghost Who Haunted the Capitol

  • Field Trip Mysteries
  • By: Steve Brezenoff, Chris Canga
  • Narrated by: anonymous
  • Length: 43 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A field trip to Washington, D.C. turns into a middle-grade mystery! In this Field Trip Mysteries book, sixth-grader Edward "Egg" Garrison and his friends travel to the nation’s capital. But when they arrived at Union Station, people scream and flee the popular landmark. They’ve seen a ghost, the ghost of George Washington, the first U.S. president! The four friends find themselves smackdab in another mind-bending mystery. And if they don’t act fast, the United States Capitol will soon become a haunted house.

©2014 Steve Brezenoff, Chris Canga (P)2013 Capstone Publishers, Inc.

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Great mystery!

Another mystery by Steve Brezenoff, another great story. In this story, Egg and his friends are off on a field trip to Washington, DC. When they get there, they start seeing the ghost of George Washington at different sites around the city.

I liked the way this mystery unfolded. It was quite an interesting solution. Yet again, there was the feeling of a Scooby-Doo-type mystery, which is what makes listening to these stories so much fun.

I would definitely recommend this series (Field Trip Mysteries) and this author to any kid who likes a good mystery and any adult who still likes to indulge their inner child every now and then.