Author: Bob Weber

Bob Weber, Jr. is the award-winning creator of Slylock Fox and Comics For Kids, one of the worldโ€™s most popular childrenโ€™s activity comic strips.
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The diving bell that Slylock Fox and Max Mouse are using has snapped its chain. A rescue team can reach Slylock and Max within 20 minutes, but there are only 15 minutes of air left. What will Slylock do?

He will use the lug wrench to remove the sunken car’s tires and release their air into the diving bell.

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Harry Ape robbed a bank yesterday and has been hiding in the bitterly cold forest. Max Mouse found Harry’s clothes near a hole in the pond ice. Why does Slylock Fox believe that Harry is nearby?

Slylock thinks Harry fell through the ice, and after climbing out of the water, took off his wet clothes due to the frigid temperatures. The sleuth suspects the ape is nearby because the wet clothes are still unfrozen.

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Tools were stolen from a construction site. Max Mouse found footprints and a tire track, leading him to believe there were two thieves – one walking and the other riding a bike. Even though Slylock Fox believes both tracks are related to the robbery, he suspects there was only one thief. Why?

The tire track cannot be from a bike. The tracks were left by one thief pushing a wheelbarrow, full of stolen tools.

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Someone stole gold coins from a museum near the park. No one saw the thief take the coins, so there isn’t a description of the robber. Slylock Fox suspects one of the creatures in the park is the thief. Which one?

The raccoon on the seesaw couldn’t hold the heavier bear off the ground unless he was carrying something heavy. Since gold is one of the heaviest metals, Slylock suspects the raccoon is the thief and has hidden the coins in his clothes.