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Sparky presents a mystery that will keep kids guessing

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By Lisa Braxton

On a winter day there’s nothing better than enjoying a good story. Sparky the Fire Dog® has a great tale on Sparky.org that kids will love to read about a boy, a dog, a snitch, and a smoke alarm that needs some attention.

“Jack and Firework: The Case of the Missing Battery” includes well-placed clues and will have readers guessing “whodunnit” until the very end, while being reminded of the importance of having working smoke alarms in the home.

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