Introduction


This pathfinder gives you some helpful and fun resources that you can use to learn more about mysteries. You might also try your hand at solving a few mysteries of your own.

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Print Resources, Books and Magazines


Look on L4U, our school's online catalogue or Regina Public Library's online catalogue with these keywords and phrases:

Subject Headings: detective, mystery


Keywords & Phrases:


Dewey Decimal Numbers - In the non-fiction section of your library, look for these numbers:


001.94 - Information on unsolved mysteries such as the Bermuda Triangle, the Loch Ness monster, UFOs, and crop circles.
131 - Ghost stories, hauntings, and other weird, unexplained happenings.
327 - Information on spies, detectives, and police officers.

Authors of Mysteries for Younger Readers


Adler, David A. Cam Jansen.
Cam Jansen is always looking for a mystery to solve.

Roy, Ron. A to Z Mysteries.
From the Absent Author to the Golden Goose and beyond, this series will keep you guessing right up to Z.

Sharmat, Marjorie Weinman. Nate the Great.
Join Nate the Great in all of his puzzling cases.

Authors of Mysteries for Older Readers


McClintock, Norah.
Body in the Basement, The.
Double Cross.
Over the Edge.
Scared to Death.
Sins of the Father.

Wilson, Eric
Case of the Golden Boy, The.
Code Red at the Supermall.
Cold Midnight in Vieux Quebec.
Emily Carr Mystery, The.
Escape from Big Muddy.
Ghost of Lunenburg Manor.
Inuk Mountie Adventure, The.
Lost Treasure of Casa Loma, The.
Murder on the Canadian.
Prairie Dog Conspiracy, The.
St. Andrews Werewolf, The.
Spirit in the Rainforest.
Terror in Winnipeg.
Unmasking of 'Ksan, The.
Vampires of Ottawa.

Zindel, Paul.
E-mail Murders, The.
Surfing Corpse, The.
Undertaker's Gone Bananas, The.





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Encyclopedias

Type keywords and phrases into the search bar of these online resources.
Encyclopedia Britannica - You must be at school to have access to this or use the Regina Public Library with your library card number and PIN
Wikipedia
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Database Resources


http://www.virtualsask.com - click on the search sign and type "mystery" to find interesting articles on Saskatchewan mysteries.
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Websites

http://kids.mysterynet.com - test your detective skills with these interactive mysteries.
http://www.fffbi.com - join the Fin, Fur, and Feather Bureau of Investigation to solve animal mysteries.


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Image & Sound Resources


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Community Resources

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For further searching refer to the following pages:
Reference Sources - atlases, encyclopedias, dictionairies, almanacs, etc.
Search Tools - search engines, directories, portals
Copyright Friendly Resources