Julius Caesar Brown and the Green Gas Mystery
Julius Caesar Brown and the Green Gas Mystery
Julius Caesar Brown and the Green Gas Mystery
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When a mysterious green gas crisis breaks wind, the Global Air Group (GAG) offers a million-dollar prize to the first person to discover the cause. Julius Caesar Brown dreams of winning the cash so he can pay off Jake the Snake, the blackmailing bully who threatens to ruin his chances with the cutest girl in fifth grade. But Julius can barely pass a math test, let alone solve an international scientific mystery. What he needs is money. Fast. His mom volunteers him to help the Zombie Lady. Yeah. The crazy woman down the street who every kid knows eats boys' brains. But Miss Crabtree's no zombie. And winning the million-dollar prize may not be as far-fetched as Julius once thought.

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Genre: 

  • Mystery

Age Level: 

  • 8 - 12
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In this story, there is a mystery about a green gas that people can see if they fart.The story begins with just a normal boy named Julius, who is not that great at typical academic school subjects. He lives in a family where his father has just gotten divorced and this makes him upset. But as the story develops, he finds himself solving a mystery with a strange person who acts like a zombie. Towards the end he tries everything to enter his theories of the case.

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Julius Caeser Brown has a big problem. He has Space Pop cereal that he can't resist eating. But he is not the problem; the Space Pops are. The Space Pops give people "green gas"! Julius doesn't know how the Space Pops make people have green gas. Can Julius find out why the Space Pops are giving people gas before it's too late? 

 

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Julius Caesar Brown and the Green Gas Mystery is a… ppppffffffffffffffffffffttt! Oops, sorry, I should be careful next time. As I was saying, it is a humorous and fictional story by Ace Hanson. It is about a mysterious green gas that for some unknown reason is making people gassy! About every let’s say, seven minutes someone poofs green gas. The story takes place in a small town and in a middle school. The characters, are well, duh; of course Julius Caesar Brown is one but I didn’t tell you about Miss Crabtree.

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Julius Caeser Brown has a big problem. He has Space Pop cereal that he can't resist eating. But he is not the problem, the Space Pops are. The Space Pops give people ''green gas''! Julius doesn't know how the Space Pops make people have green gas. He is going to investigate and figure out the mystery. I really like this book because it is funny in some parts like when the principal had the green gas. Julius asked, ''Have you been eating Space Pops''? The principal said ''No and how do you know''? Julius said ''No reason''. I also like this book because it has feelings. You can tell the mom's feelings, Julius's feelings and Mason's feelings, even though there aren't any pictures. You can picture them in your mind. I don't have any dislikes because I liked the whole book. It had many details. I would recommend this book to other people because it is entertaining and very funny. People would like it because it might make them smile or laugh. It could also set a mood to them.
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