A to Z Mysteries Detective Camp

Characterization

The main character, Dink, in the book A to Z Mysteries Detective camp, is brought to life in many ways through characterization. Dink has really blonde hair and is really the thinker of the group. Also he is the one who finds the empty chest in the back of the truck of mademoiselle musee. Then he really likes to do the mysteries and get right in to them.

Figurative Language

In the book there are many examples of figurative language. One example is at the part where it had the hyperbole. The author writes, "Sleep tight and don't let the Shady Lake monster bite." This is figurative language because it is a big exaggeration. I chose this because it was one of the types of figurative language.


Theme

Always take risks because in the book Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose sneak in to the Lodge and try to put the ring that Mademoiselle Musee purposely lost. Then while they were doing a treasure hunt for a piece of a map they all found a chest they weren't supposed to find and yet, they opened it. They told Detective rob about the stolen and forged paintings that they found in the chest.