The Jazzman's Trumpet: A Kit Mystery

Kit can hardly believe her luck when she wins tickets to a sold out jazz concert, and a chance to write a news story about it But when sinister pranks threaten to cancel the show, Kit s research turns into an investigation Then a valuable trumpet goes missing, and Kit herself is accused of theft Can Kit prove her innocence and put a stop to the mayhem before the real thKit can hardly believe her luck when she wins tickets to a sold out jazz concert, and a chance to write a news story about it But when sinister pranks threaten to cancel the show, Kit s research turns into an investigation Then a valuable trumpet goes missing, and Kit herself is accused of theft Can Kit prove her innocence and put a stop to the mayhem before the real thief sends the band packing Includes an Inside Kit s World essay about the popularity of jazz and swing music during the Depression.
The Jazzman s Trumpet A Kit Mystery Kit can hardly believe her luck when she wins tickets to a sold out jazz concert and a chance to write a news story about it But when sinister pranks threaten to cancel the show Kit s research turns

  • Title: The Jazzman's Trumpet: A Kit Mystery
  • Author: Elizabeth Cody Kimmel
  • ISBN: 9781609589127
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Jazzman's Trumpet: A Kit Mystery”

    1. this book was very exciting and made me keep turning the pages. The plot in this book is someone is mad that the famous Slim Simpson preforming in the theater. The person is showing that by vandalizing the theater. The main character, Kit, decides she needs to figure out the case. This book is a great example of the Great Depression. If you like Mysteries and Historical Fiction, you would love this book.

    2. I enjoyed this historical mystery. It was well written, and the characters appealed to me. The plot was believable, and the resolution was satisfying. I highly recommend it for any middle-school reader.

    3. Cute. I was given this book for my 8 year old granddaughter and I read it first. Easy reading and interesting story. Am sure she will like it.

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