Reviewed by Lucas N. (age 8)
The book reminds me of when I edit a picture on my computer like when Tucker creates a whole bunch of computer images of Fluffington. My favorite part is when they see people act because it seems interesting. It says a lady holding a clipboard and two people in front of a fake living room. I like Nancy because she is smart. Nancy is good at finding clues. It says in the book she scanned the area carefully. I think thatís why she is smart.
I think this book would be good for kids in grades 2 to 4 who like mysteries. Kids in grades K and 1 would need help, but would still like it. You would also like this book if you acted in a school play because it would give you a connection of when the Clue Crew saw the actors in the studio. If you donít like mystery books, and if you donít act you can still like this book. I liked the book and I donít like mystery books and Iím not an actor. I like the book because I learned about acting in studios.