They solve crimes, catch crooks, crack codes. . . and ride the bus back to school afterward. Meet Egg, Gum, Sam, and Cat. Four sixth-grade detectives and best friends. Wherever field trips take them, mysteries aren’t far behind. . . Get the full scoop on Field Trip Mysteries at Capstone Kids.
The Painting that Wasn’t There
James “Gum” Shoo’s art class heads to the museum. They’ve been learning about forged art, but they never expected to find a fake in the gallery! Only Gum and his gumshoe friends will be able to solve this museum caper.
The Teacher Who Forgot Too Much
Catalina “Cat” Duran and her class are off to the recycling center for what seems like the worst field trip ever. But when they arrive, they find out that the recycling plant has been sabotaged! Only Cat and her friends can save the day (and help save the Earth, too!).
The Village That Almost Vanished
Samantha Archer, also known as Sam, couldn’t be more excited about her class trip to Scrub Brush, the cool frontier town. But from the second they arrive at the historic village, it’s clear someone’s trying to make the whole town disappear. Can Sam and her friends save Scrub Brush?
The Zoo with the Empty Cage
Edward G. Garrison, better known as Egg, is pretty excited about the Science Club’s field trip to the zoo. They’ll get to see a rare display of Island Foxes, an endangered species. But when the club arrives, they learn that the foxes have been nabbed! Can Egg and his friends find the foxes?
The Everglades Poacher Who Pretended
Gum Shoo and his friends love solving mysteries. The Everglades becomes the scene of the crime when someone is poaching in the national park.
The Grand Canyon Burros That Broke
Edward “Egg” Garrison is excited to take pictures in the Grand Canyon on a field trip, but like always, mysteries get in the way!
The Yellowstone Kidnapping That Wasn’t
Sam Archer and her mystery-solving friends have to crack a case at Yellowstone National Park.
The Mount Rushmore Face That Couldn’t See
Cat and her friends visit Mount Rushmore, and things quickly get mysterious.
The Cave That Shouldn’t Collapse
Edward “Egg” Garrison thought the field trip to the caverns would be a great place to take pictures. It turns out it’s the perfect place for a mystery!
The Burglar Who Bit the Big Apple
While in New York City on a field trip, Sam Archer and her friends find themselves immersed in a run of crimes at sightseeing locations.
The Crook Who Crossed the Golden Gate Bridge
In San Francisco on a field trip, Gum Shoo and his friends get caught up in a wave of pickpocketing.
The Ghost Who Haunted the Capitol
In Washington, D.C. on a field trip, Egg Garrison and his friends solve a haunting mystery.
The Ride that Was Really Haunted
The trip to the amusement park should be fun. But when Samantha “Sam” Archer and her friends try out the haunted house ride, things go terribly wrong!
The Seals that Wouldn’t Swim
Catalina “Cat” Duran and her friends thought they were on a field trip to see the seals at the aquarium. So why has the seal show been cancelled?
The Symphony that Was Silent
James “Gum” Shoo and his friends thought their field trip to the symphony would be mystery-free. Think again!
The Zombie Who Visited New Orleans
On a class trip to New Orleans, Catalina Cat Duran and her friends find themselves in the middle of a voodoo mystery.
The Crook that Made Kids Cry
Sam Archer and her friends are always ready to solve a mystery. When a trip to the children’s museum with their Kindergarten Buddies is riddled with vandalism, the gang and their buddies are on the case.
The Ballgame with No One at Bat
Egg Garrison looks forward to taking some great action shots at a minor league baseball game. But when a cash register is stolen, the game shuts down and the kids have a mystery to solve.
The Bowling Lane Without Any Strikes
Cat Duran and her friends are suspicious when their classmate, a champion bowler, only bowls gutter balls during a bowling field trip.
The Dinosaur that Disappeared
A trip to the natural history museum quickly turns into a case for Gum Shoo and friends when a dinosaur, among other things, goes missing.