What happens in Nate the Great?

In the NATE THE GREAT series, young Nate takes on the most pressing mysteries in his neighborhood. From finding the paper octopus that they use for second base in their baseball game, to a lost cat on Halloween, to a missing cookie recipe, no mystery is too big or too small for Nate and his dog, Sludge, to tackle.

Who is Nate the Great?

Nate is a detective, a child version of Sam Spade. He solves crimes with his dog, Sludge, introduced in the second case, Nate the Great goes Undercover (1974).

Does Nate the Great need to be read in order?

This series can be read in any order.

How many Nate the Great are there?

All 27 Nate the Great books are now available as ebooks—a whole new way to enjoy Nate the Great!

Is Nate the Great a mystery?

This classic detective mystery series for beginning readers includes 27 books, with 15 million copies in print!

How many chapters is Nate the Great?

4 Chapter Books
Nate the Great Set of 4 Chapter Books (Nate the Great ~ Goes Undercover ~ Fishy Prize ~ Saves the King of Sweden) Paperback – January 1, 2006.

What should I read after Nate the Great?

Beginner Chapter Books for Young Readers

  • Mercy Watson by Kate DiCamillo.
  • Nate the Great by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat.
  • A-Z Mysteries by Ron Roy.
  • Dory Fantasmagory by Abby Hanlon.
  • Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown.
  • Ivy and Bean by Annie Barrows.
  • The Secrets of Droon by Tony Abbott.
  • The World According to Humphrey by Betty G. Birney.

What is a sample summary of Nate the Great?

A sample summary for those pages could be: Nate the Great is a detective who is going to help his friend Annie find a lost picture. Note that the summary does not include a description of every image on every page.

What are the main events in Nate the Great?

One main event is that Nate the Great is going to Annie’s house to find her lost picture.” Point out that you didn’t record funny or interesting details like Nate’s letter to his mom or what Annie looks like.

What would Nate the Great do to help his friend?

Tell them that in this story, Nate the Great is going to help his friend find something that is very important to her that she lost. Ask students to draw a picture of something that is very important to them that they would never want to lose.

How do you read Nate the Great to a class?

Review the completed story map with the class and take a picture walk through Nate the Great, talking aloud the main parts of the story and pointing to the pictures that best illustrate the main points. You do not need to reread the story to them. Instead, use the pictures to help you summarize it.