7 edition of Give my regrets to Broadway found in the catalog.
Chet and his partner, Natalie Attired, take on a case involving an actor gone missing from the school musical.
|Series||A Chet Gecko mystery|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.H1295 Gi 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 115,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||115|
|LC Control Number||2003019440|
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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Give My Regrets to Broadway: A Chet Gecko Mystery.5/5(1). It's no mystery: Chet Gecko can’t sing.
He can’t dance. He can’t act. Heck, he can’t even act normal. So why would he take the lead in Mr. Ratnose’s musical version of Shakespeare’s Omlet, Prince of Denver.
A new case, naturally. The original leading man has disappeared, and something smells rotten in the realm of Ratnose.
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"Give My Regards to Broadway" is a song written by George M. Cohan for his musical play Little Johnny Jones which debuted in in New York. Cohan, playing the title character, sings this song as his friend is about to sail to America, looking for evidence aboard the ship that will clear his name for allegedly throwing the English is sure he'll become a star at Broadway.
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A popular speaker, teacher, and storyteller for children and adults, he lives in Santa Barbara, California. The Hamster of the Baskervilles: A Chet Gecko Mystery. by Bruce Hale. Ratings 13 Reviews published 4 editions.
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It's no mystery: Chet Gecko can't sing. He can't dance. He can't act. Heck, he can't even act normal. So why would he take the lead in Mr. Ratnose's musical version of Shakespeare's Omlet, Prince of Denver. A new case, naturally. The original leading man has disappeared, and something smells rotten.
Give My Regrets to Broadway. por Bruce Hale. Chet Gecko (Book 9) ¡Gracias por compartir. Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en Brand: HMH Books. Give My Regrets to Broadway by Bruce Hale,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(96).
Give My Regrets to Broadway, A Chet Gecko Mystery Bruce Hale. Genre: Humor, Mystery: Page Count: Part of a Series. Yes: Age Level: 8 — 9 —. Give My Regrets to Broadway. Chet Gecko, Private Eye Series, Book 9. Author. Bruce Hale. Summary. It's no mystery: Chet Gecko can't sing.
He can't dance. He can't act. Heck, he can't even act normal. So why would he take the lead in Mr. Ratnose's musical version of Shakespeare's Omlet, Prince of Denver?
A new case, naturally.Franz's payoff was to get his daughter Lane Bradbury a break on Broadway in Berle's new show. Everyone in the end wants the book, the cops, Rush, Berle, even Bradbury. This McCloud episode was way too overplotted to really be effective.My fellow students fidgeted on the rows of wooden benches, jabbering amongst themselves.
Something was up. I scanned the crowd. My partner and friend, Natalie Attired, had saved me a spot in the second-to-last row. Good ol' Natalie.
With a little luck, I could slip into place before Mr. Ratnose noticed my tardiness. Bending low, I hurried.