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he other night in the library,
when many characters were out of
their books enjoying a sojourn in
the night air, a crime was
committed, grim and grave, right in
the library. As a result, his
Majesty Henry VIII that famous
monarch from the English history
books- has disappeared.
Please join Sherlock Holmes as he
solves The Disappearance of Henry
the Eighth.
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Master Sherlock Holmes - I am a man with such superior
detective skills that I have become world famous. Nothing goes
unnoticed by me. I already know a lot about each of the
suspects, just from looking at their appearance. For example, I
can tell Alice is a little girl with a very fanciful imagination
and Aladdin is from the Far East. But, I am not a great
reader of fiction, I prefer to do chemical experiments and I
also play the violin. Did any of you happen to steal my lighter
from me? I seem to be missing it ever since my visit to the
library last night. Was the King a thief? Do you think he stole
my lighter? I am really missing my pipe. I can't use it without my
lighter. This certainly does not seem like a normal case. Things
are not what they seem. It is more like the Mr Angel case. You
may like to read about it in my diary, if you get time. Dress
suggestions: Dress in old-fashioned clothes, carry a magnifying
glass and a pipe.
Alice - Mr Holmes is wrong. Wonderland was not my imagination.
It was a wonderful dream - a dream filled with strange
creatures." I saw a White Rabbit looking at its watch and I
followed it down a rabbit hole. I fell down a deep well, but I
fell slowly so I had plenty of time to look at the jars of
"Orange Marmalade" and such. I came to a bottle saying "Drink
Me", but "the bottle was not marked poison", so I drank it. I
"shut up like a telescope" till I was only "ten inches high". Then
I found a cake marked "Eat Me" and I ate it and grew very
tall. My feet were so far away. Dress suggestions: Dress as a
little girl with braids and rosy cheeks.
Queen of Hearts - Oh there is so much to tell - all about the
tea cups and my shouting "Off with his head! or "Off with her
head" and all the other people Alice met in Wonderland, but it
would take too long. Alice comes into the library and looks at
the children's books. King Henry said he didn't like little girls.
He said his wives had too many of them and not enough boys -
only one boy in fact. Dress suggestions: Wear white and stick big
red cardboard hearts on your clothes.
Cinderella - I am a merchant's daughter. Then my mother died and my
father remarried a widow with two grown daughters. Alas, when I met
them, they treated me as a slave rather than as a step-sister. My
step-sisters saw me covered in cinders after cleaning the fireplace and,
my name being Ella, they gave me the nickname of "Cinder-ella". Dress
suggestions: Dress like a princess with tinsel/glitter or as a servant
covered in cinders.
The Fairy Godmother - After working all day on her chores, Cinderella
often wondered if she would ever be happy again. The ladies of her
household were invited to the Duke's ball. But Cinderella's step-mother
said she could not go unless her chores were done. Fortunately, I came
to Cinderella's aid and - well, you all know the rest of the story. King
Henry was fascinated by Cinderella's glass slippers. I think he thought
that if she had no slippers, that the Duke's son would not find her in her
fairytale and then she would be free to marry him instead. Dress
suggestions: Like a fairy complete with wings & a wand with which to
grant wishes. also in red). Carry some little cakes or cookies.
Snow White (from Snow White by The Brothers Grimm) My
step-mother was jealous of my beauty and asked a huntsman to do away
with me. He took pity on me and let me run away into the forest and I
came to the house of the dwarfs. I ate their porridge. They found me
later asleep and asked me to stay and take care of them. But I am not a
porridge thief like you Goldilocks, I only took a little from each bowl
as I was fainting from hunger. And since then I have kept house for
them, so I have repaid my debt to them. My step-mother asked her
looking-glass `Who is the fairest of us all?' and it told her I was
living in the glen. Then my stepmother, plotted to get rid of me. She
dressed as an 'old pedlar woman' and sold me some lace for my waist.
Then she laced me up so tight, I `lost ... (my) breath, and fell down as
dead.' Fortunately, the seven dwarfs soon returned and cut the lace in
two, so that I could draw breath. The Queen knew I wasn't dead because
her mirror told her so, so she came again with a poisoned apple. The
dwarfs thought I was dead. A prince saw me and carried me away. Then
the apple fell out of my mouth and I came back to life and we married.
King Henry kept trying to get me to marry him, but I refused. Dress
suggestions: Old-fashioned clothes such as a drawstring sash at the waist,
puffy sleeves, flouncy skirt. She had black hair, red lips and white skin.
Pinocchio - When I was a puppet I lied a lot, but the Good Fairy
taught me not to and to be good. 'How stupid I was as a puppet. And
how glad I am to be a real live boy.' When I lied my nose became so
long I 'could not move without banging it against the walls or door.'
Geppetto sold his coat to buy me a spelling book for school. I sold it
to go to the puppet theatre. Then I saved a puppet from being burnt
by the showman and the showman gave me coins for my father. A fox
and a cat told me they could multiply my money in "The Field of
Miracles". A bird and the ghost of the cricket tried to warn me not
to. The evil fox and cat hung me in a tree to die, but the Good Fairy
saved me. But I still let them fool me into burying my money so it would
grow. They stole it. Later I became a donkey and ended up rescuing
Geppetto from the belly of a whale with the help of the Good Fairy.
King Henry thought that I was a silly puppet and he tried to fool me
into being his slave. But the Good Fairy warned me that he was an evil
man. Dress suggestions: A red jacket with a white frill-necked shirt.
Make a pencil nose out of cardboard.
Peter Pan - I live on an island inhabited by pirates, mermaids,
fairies and Indians. I taught the three children of the Darling
family to fly so they could return with me to the island. We were
trying to stop the evil pirate Captain Hook from going about his
wicked ways. But then Captain Hook plotted to do away with me
and he captured Wendy Darling. Dress suggestions: A green cap, a
green outfit and a toy sword.
Tinkerbell - There is also a crocodile that follows us about that
has a clock inside his belly going tick, tick, tick. I used my
magic fairy dust to help Peter Pan and Wendy and the others to
fly. On the island there are lots of fairies. "When the first baby
laughed for the very first time, the laugh broke into a thousand
pieces and they all went skipping about and that was the
beginning of the fairies." King Henry was impressed with Peter's
victory over Captain Hook. Dress suggestions: Dress as a golden
fairy with a little bell you always ring as you move about.
Wizard of Oz (from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L Frank Baum) To get to my place
you follow the yellow brick road. People think that I can accomplish anything. Dorothy and
her friends came to see me. Scarecrow was amongst them. He was in search of a brain.
They all expected me to wave a magic wand and to solve their problems for them. Instead I
told them that they must first prove themselves worthy by bringing me the broomstick of
the Wicked Witch before I would grant their requests. They succeeded and I pointed out to
them that they already possessed what they sought. They just had to start using their
abilities. King Henry was jealous of my supposed abilities. He wanted to be able to do
anything himself. Dress suggestions: A wizard's outfit with stars and the moon on it and
with a long pointy hat.
Goldilocks - I ate porridge at the bears' house. The bears hadn't locked their front
door, so that's permission to eat their porridge, isn't it? I didn't get much porridge
anyway. Great Big Bear's porridge was too hot, Middle-sized Bear's bowl was too
cold. So I had to eat Tiny Little Bear's and his bowl is so small. Then I tried to find a
comfortable chair to sit on, but Great Big Bear's chair was too hard, Middle-sized
Bear's chair was too soft and Tiny Little Bear's chair collapsed on me. I was getting
tired after all this, so I went upstairs to find a bed to rest on. Great Big Bear's bed and
Middle-sized Bear's bed both weren't right for me. But Baby Bear's tiny bed was
perfect, so I got in. I didn't even take my shoes off. King Henry kept saying I was a
spoiled little girl and that if I was his child, he would lock me in the tower. The King
had a chair in the library that he liked to sit on. It was large and I suppose it reminded
him of his throne. Whenever he found me sitting in it, he got very angry. Dress
suggestions: Cute little-girl clothes. Tie a ribbon in your golden hair and don a blue
dress, a frilly white apron, red shoes and yellow socks
Aladdin - I met a 'mysterious stranger who said he would pay me
a silver penny if I went down a manhole for him'. I found myself in a
'large chamber... (filled with) pots of gold.' 'Put out the flame and
bring me the lamp!' he said. When I hesitated, he left me in there,
dropping his ring in the chamber as he did so. Terrified, I put the
ring on my finger and 'twisted it round and round'. 'Suddenly the room
was flooded with a rosy light and a great genie with clasped
hands appeared on a cloud', and said he was at my command. Dress
suggestions: Wear middle eastern clothes (eg baggy trousers). Add
sequins and jewels.
The Genie - Aladdin said he wanted 'to go home' and he immediately found
himself there. He told his mother of his adventures. She was a little
disappointed he had returned with only the old oil lamp. But she started to
polish it and 'out shot another genie'. That was me. I said that they had set me
'free after centuries' and that I would be their servant. Things went pretty well
after that for Aladdin and he married a beautiful princess. King Henry was
jealous of Aladdin having a genie and even though he was already wealthy, he
ordered Aladdin to give me to him but he refused. Dress suggestions: Wear
middle eastern clothes (eg baggy trousers) and a turban. You may like to carry
the lamp in which you live.
presents...
" Mystery in the Library"
by Stephanie Chambers
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"Mystery in the Library
The Disappearance of King Henry VIII"
A Mystery (Dinner optional) Party for 13 teens
Mystery party host’s party guide:
As a mystery host, it is your job to:
< decide who plays which role (including which role you play)
< send the guests their invitations
< set the scene of the party by decorating the dining room
< prepare or gather the dinner
< help your guests choose their costume (if asked)
< inform the guests of the rules.
< don't read ahead or it will spoil your enjoyment of the party and you may spoil everybody's
enjoyment by letting on that you know everything!
Sending the invitations:
< Include a copy of the overview (character descriptions) in each invitation so your guests can
become familiar with their character and with the names of the other guests.
< Send the invitations in plenty of time before the party (e.g. three weeks), so that your guests will
have time to prepare their costumes.
Setting the scene of the party:
< You may wish to offer name tags for your characters to sign as they arrive at the party, (using their
character name of course).
< These are suggestions you might like to follow to make the location look like a library:
G A few bookcases filled with books.
G A few small tables with books scattered on them.
G A couple of books (cheap paperbacks or books people don’t want any more) in the
middle of the table or arranged between bookends so it is like a mini library (if
possible put at least one copy of their characters book on the table).
G Play a variety music suited to some of the characters. For example, old English
music with harps etc, Southern music that would have been around at the time of
Huck Finn, the soundtrack to Aladdin (if there was one or other Arabic music),
Indian music.
G Vocabulary of the week poster**
G Library map for the wall (2 sizes)**
** in your PartiKit file
Start of your party:
< You (or your delegate) should then read the rules to everyone.
< At the party, you may choose to have your guests wear name tags (with their character’s name not
their real name).
< Before the dinner starts, or after everyone arrives if you’re not serving dinner, you (or your
delegate) should read the overview to everyone and have everyone introduce themselves.
< You should give each person their clues for all acts (stapled together) or the clues for each act just
before each act starts. Each character’s clues begins with a page with their characters name on
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it, followed by their clues. As you give it to each person, tell them not to read it until you say so.
< The first person mentioned for each book is the suspect. The others are their associates. The
question is directed at the suspect but the suspect provides the first part of the answer and their
associates provide the other parts of the answer. So the suspect and their associates should share
the pages and pass it around so each person says their bit.
< When you are ready, tell everyone to turn to Act 1. At the end of the act, pause to serve and eat
some or all of the entree. Then commence Act 2 and so on.
< Start with Mr Sherlock Holmes. He will ask each character a question. They should read the clues
in the order they are written. Sherlock Holmes will then ask the next person a question and so on.
< Hand out the map or pin it on a wall and tell people to look at it during the breaks
Menu suggestions:
< You can serve whatever you want. However, as most of the characters are from long ago, you
might aim for an olden time feel. For example, you could serve dumplings for entree, meal and
vegetable pies for main course and bread and butter pudding for dessert.
< Visit http://belgourmet.com for ideas
Serving your dinner:
< You may wish to serve each course before the next act. Before Act 3 you should serve
coffee/teas and after dinner mints (if desired).
Party Accessories:
< Your kit contains optional materials you can print to add to the excitement of your party.
G Vocabulary of the week poster
G Library map for the wall (2 sizes)
After Act 3:
< After Act 3, you should ask each person to work out who they think did it and the reasons why
the person committed the crime and how they did it. Then after everyone has written down their
guess, Mr Sherlock Holmes should read the last page of this kit which you should have printed
out but not read before the dinner.
< If you like, you can give a prize to the person who guesses correctly. If you are going to do this,
tell them so at the beginning of the party. If more than one person guesses, the person with the
correct answers as to how and why the person did it, wins.
Party Planner
Date and Time:
Character assignments:
Master Sherlock Holmes
Alice
Queen of Hearts
Cinderella
Fairy Godmother
Snow White
Pinocchio
Peter Pan
Tinkerbell
Wizard of Oz
Goldilocks
Aladdin
The Genie
The Rules
These are to be read out by the host to the whole group at the beginning of the party:
Welcome to “Mystery In The Library”!
The other night in the library, when many characters were out of their books enjoying a sojourn in the
night air, a crime was committed, grim and grave, right in our own library. As a result his Majesty Henry
VIII – that famous monarch from the English history books - has disappeared. Gathered are the
characters who were present in the library at the time of the nasty deed. But the perpetrator of this
heinous crime will no doubt be revealed as the night proceeds.
I will ask you to turn the page just before each act begins. There is a page of clues you have to reveal
for each act. Only read the page for each act as required and please don’t read the pages ahead of
time. During each act you must reveal all of your clues for that particular act.
If there is an investigator: The investigator will go first and ask various questions. You should go
around the circle and answer each question. Try to blend the remaining clues into the conversation. If
you can’t do this, just say your clues when the conversation subsides. If you are asked a question, say
the response from your clue sheet.
If there is no investigator: Go around the circle and each say your clues for the act or blend your clues
into the general conversation. There is no need to hurry through this and you can ad-lib a little if you
want. You do not have to read each clue exactly as it is written – embellish it if you want. You might like
to speak in slang or with an accent. For example, if you are playing a snob, you might speak as if you
have a plum in your mouth. If your character is distressed, you could reveal your clues in between
sobs. Act it out to the fullest. This is your chance to be dramatic!
Overview
The other night in the library, when many characters were out of their books enjoying a sojourn in the
night air, a crime was committed, grim and grave, right in our own library. As a result his Majesty Henry
VIII – that famous monarch from the English history books – has disappeared. Gathered are the
characters who were present in the library at the time of the nasty deed. Fortunately Master Sherlock
Holmes is here to investigate, so the perpetrator of this heinous crime will no doubt be revealed as the
night proceeds.

Merri Mysteries
presents...
‘Mystery in the Library’
by Stephanie Chambers
These are the clues for:
Master
Sherlock
Holmes

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Master Sherl ock Hol mes - Act One
During this act you must ask each character a question:
Alice Did King Henry treat you badly child?
Cinderella You do look a bit distraught Cinderella.
I can well understand that it was no fun
being chased by the King Henry.
Someone please give the lady your
handkerchief if you would be so kind, so
she can wipe her brow. How did you
stop the King fromstealing your
slippers?
Snow White Why did you turn down the King’s
marriage proposal?
Pinocchio So how did you stop King Henry from
making you his slave?
Peter Pan So you and King Henry used to discuss
war strategies?
Wizard of Oz So King Henry was jealous of you
Wizard?
Goldilocks You really must stop being such a
nuisance child, Goldilocks. What did
King Henry do when he found you in his
chair?
Aladdin So you refused to give the King your
genie. How did he take that news?

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Master Sherl ock Hol mes - Act Two
During this act you must ask each character a question:
Alice Surely a sweet young girl like you
wasn’t involved in a crime like this?
Cinderella The King had threatened you. What did
you do then?
Snow White Did you work on your plan with
Cinderella?
Pinocchio So did you get to turn King Henry into a
donkey? Did you make himgo hew
haw?
Peter Pan How did you plan to defeat King Henry?
Wizard of Oz What did you do when King Henry asked
you to create a new role in his book for
him?
Goldilocks So did you get to put your plan into
action?
Aladdin So why did you let yourself be robbed
of the lamp when Alice had warned you?

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Master Sherl ock Hol mes - Act Three
During this act you must ask each character a question:
Alice And how did you plan to trick King
Henry?
Cinderella Why did your fairy God-mother desert
you in your hour of need?
Snow White So you gave the King a poisoned
toothpick?
Pinocchio How come we haven’t found a donkey in
place of the King?
Peter Pan And which skill did you plan to use
against King Henry?
Wizard of Oz So what happened when you met the
King to show himwhat you had made?
Goldilocks The librarian must not like your shelf
clearing process. I amsurprised you
haven’t been banned fromthe library.
Aladdin So did you banish King Henry to a
dungeon?

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presents...
‘Mystery in the Library’
by Stephanie Chambers
These are the clues for:
Snow
White

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Snow Whi te - Act One
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 I amalready married to a kind and handsome prince. And besides, I
did not even like the King. He was very large and very fat. I prefer
smaller men and I don’t just mean dwarfs.
2 The King bothered most of us ladies. He really was a nuisance. I
felt someone should teach himsome manners.
3 I respect other people and I treat everyone kindly. The King thought
he could treat people any way he wanted.
4 Sometimes the King would ask me to dine with him, but I always
refused because he eats like a pig.
5 Cinderella and I are friends. As we both married princes, we feel
we have something in common.
6 I knew he had some evil plan in mind. I certainly didn’t want to
marry him. That’s why I came up with a plan to remove the King
fromthe library so we could all spend time in peace.

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Snow Whi te - Act Two
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 No. I didn’t want to risk getting her in trouble with the King.
2 I knew I wouldn’t have any trouble with the King. He was always
besotted with my beauty and he always forgot everything when he
looked at me.
3 I had a good plan, but I wasn’t a hundred percent sure it would
work.
4 I amvery familiar with poison, having had some in my mouth for
days on end. I know its affects and how fast it can take action.
5 The queen died on the night of my wedding to the prince. I think all
that anger consumed her.
6 Anyway after she died I went through her belongings and I found all
her recipes for poisons of various kinds.
7 It was difficult working out how I could trick the King into taking
the poison I offered him. I decided a poisoned toothpick was the
answer to my problems.

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Snow Whi te - Act Three
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 I poisoned all of the toothpicks just to make sure.
2 I didn’t dare go anywhere near himin case it hadn’t worked, so I
can’t say for sure if it did work or it didn’t.
3 I made sure the King dined alone.
4 Later I counted the toothpicks and there was one missing.
5 The King may have taken it with him.
6 After dinner I hid amongst the toys in the children’s part of the
library.
7 I feel terrible doing what I have done. I have never acted like my
step-mother before. I hope God will forgive me for my sins.


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‘Mystery in the Library’
by Stephanie Chambers
These are the clues for:
Pinocchio

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Pi nocchi o - Act One
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 I told himthat if he wasn’t careful, I would ask the Good Fairy to
turn himinto a donkey so he could carry my loads.
2 The King kept giving me things to carry for him. I said that lazy
people were often turned into donkeys, but he just laughed.
3 Cinderella and I became friends because our writers are fromItaly,
so I suppose that makes us Italians.
4 Cinderella told me how the King kept bothering her. I was
determined to save her fromhim.
5 The other thing the King did which annoyed me was that he kept on
pulling my nose. J ust because it’s long, it doesn’t mean people
should pull on it. When I told himto stop doing that, he told me
little boys should be seen and not heard.
6 My father Geppetto had sold the coat fromhis back to help me out,
but I knew that the King wasn’t like that. He was a very selfish
man. Very selfish indeed.
7 Alice and I were friends too and we used to play games together in
the library. The King kept scowling at us and telling us to behave.

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Pi nocchi o - Act Two
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 I asked the Good Fairy if it could be done.
2 She said that it was true that it often happens to people ‘who spend
their time only in games and idleness.’
3 You laughed, didn’t you Alice, when I told you I was going to turn
the King into a donkey?
4 Only you understood me, Cinderella. You also had a fairy looking
after you and you’d seen pumpkins turned into carriages and so on.
You believed me. But you said that you had an even better plan.
5 I didn’t think I should leave you to do all the work Cinderella, so I
started work on my plan.
6 Early in the evening, I went in search of the lady with the blue hair
again because she is my Good Fairy.
7 When I came to the library for the first time and King Henry was not
there, the library had a faint smell as if something had been burnt.

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Pi nocchi o - Act Three
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 It doesn’t happen all at once. It takes time to turn someone into a
donkey.
2 At first just their ears turn into donkey ears. It is very embarrassing.
3 In the process of becoming a donkey, a few hours later your hands
and feet become hoofs and then your face changes to a long
donkey’s head and your back grows thick gray-black hair.
4 Sometimes if you’re good, the Good Fairy changes you back into
what you were in the first place.
5 Later in the evening, I saw the King and he had the donkey ears but
he was hiding themwith his woolen cap.
6 He said that he would kill the person who had turned himinto a
donkey.
7 (after Little Red Riding Hood speaks to you) I don’t know why the
donkey King isn’t still around.
8 (after Tinkerbell speaks to you) I don’t know why the donkey King
isn’t still around.

Merri Mysteries
presents...
‘Mystery in the Library’
by Stephanie Chambers
These are the clues for:
The Wizard
of Oz

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The Wi zard of Oz - Act One
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 Yes. He didn’t know that I really had no abilities at all.
2 He said that he wanted to go somewhere over the rainbow where the
dreams that you dare to dream, really do come true. I told himto
wake up and face reality and he would be a whole lot better off.
3 But he kept going on about a place where troubles melt like lemon
drops.
4 King Henry pleaded that if happy little bluebirds fly beyond the
rainbow, why oh why can't I?
5 It was pathetic. In the end, I had to explain to the King that it really
was all just fantasy and that such a place didn’t really exist except
in our book.
6 The King said he wanted me to create a new role in our book just
for him.

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The Wi zard of Oz - Act Two
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 I told himthat we had enough characters in our book and we didn’t
need any more. He said that as the Wicked Witch was dead,
couldn’t he take over her role?
2 He became such a pest, I decided to make King Henry disappear.
3 When I came to the library for the first time and King Henry was not
there, the library had a faint smell as if something had been burnt.
4 I arranged to meet King Henry on the following night. I told himI
wished to show himsomething I had made for him.
5 King Henry looked taken aback by my sudden change of attitude
towards him. He just didn’t know how to react to kindness.
6 I told himI had decided that the Lord was right when he said we
should turn the other cheek and be kind to our neighbors.

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The Wi zard of Oz - Act Three
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 The King was at his most charming. He greatly admired my work
and thanked me for my kindness in making it for him.
2 He had something of a smug look on his face as if he sort of
expected that eventually I would be his friend. I suppose he thought
his wish to the genie was starting to come true.
3 I amnot sure when the King disappeared exactly, but he has not
been seen in the library since the other night.
4 When I met with the King I told himto follow me and I would show
himwhat I had made.
5 I could see he was a bit hesitant when I led himinto the back room
of the library because it only has a narrow entrance and no windows
and a heavy door.
6 But I reminded the King that I had put many hours of work into the
gift I had made for himand that it was a little too heavy for me to
bring to him, so he followed me in.
7 When he came inside the room, he saw that I had made hima very
magnificent collar. The King said it was the most beautiful collar he
had ever seen. He put it on and then I attached the chain which
connected it to a bolt in the wall.

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Goldilocks

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Gol di l ocks - Act One
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 He would chase me around the library. He never caught me because
he was old and fat. I don’t like people bullying me about. I like to
do what I want.
2 We are friends, aren’t we Aladdin? We both decided to teach the
King a lesson.
3 The first little trick I did was to put a whoopee cushion on the
King’s chair so that when he sat down, he made a naughty sound.
4 When the King found out that I was the one who put the cushion in
his chair, he had me banned fromthe library’s cafeteria for the
night, so I went to bed without any supper.
5 This made me hate the King even more and I decided to make my
plan even nastier.
6 Aladdin said he wanted to make me his blood sister, but I refused
because I’mnot into blood stuff.
7 When I told Aladdin my plan, he said it was too daring and that he
didn’t want a part in it, so I had to go it alone.

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Gol di l ocks - Act Two
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 Yes, but first of all, I had to do some preparation. I had to get King
Henry to trust me.
2 To do that, I apologized for the whoopee cushion and I told himI
would never sit in his chair again.
3 The King was so happy with me, he said that when I got older he
might marry me. The thought of marrying the King was enough to
put me off my porridge for a week, but I didn’t tell himthat.
4 Sherlock you really should quit smoking that pipe. It’s not only bad
for you, the burnt smell is really awful.
5 The King then took to telling me all his problems and to chatting to
me for hours on end.
6 I decided I would have to put the rest of my plan into action soon,
otherwise he would drive me mad.
7 I don’t like sharing my library shelf with too many other books, so
fromtime to time, I chuck all the ones I don’t like off the shelf.

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Gol di l ocks - Act Three
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 The librarian doesn’t frighten me, nor does my teacher. As I said, I
do what I want.
2 The King didn’t frighten me even though I know he likes to chop
women’s heads off.
3 I knew I could trick the King into thinking I was a good girl and that
then he would never hurt me.
4 On the night when the King vanished, I met up with himas usual in
the library sitting area.
5 He said he had a feeling that someone was trying to do something
bad to him. Maybe he sensed that it was going to be a bad day for
him.
6 I had sawed the leg off King Henry’s chair. I wanted it to collapse
like Little Tiny Bear’s chair had collapsed on me. I thought that he
would break his back when he fell because he was so heavy.
7 But King Henry didn’t break his back. He just hurt it a little. I spent
the rest of the night running away fromhim.

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These are the clues for:
Aladdin
(and his
Genie)

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Al addi n (and hi s Geni e) - Act One
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 There was a wicked glint in he eyes and he said that as far as he
was concerned the matter was by no means concluded.
2 The King was fond of literature, so we often met in the section with
the classics. But he was such a greedy man, the idea of sharing a
library shelf was beyond him. He had to have the space all to
himself.
3 As you can imagine, I was tired of having to move on whenever he
turned up, so I rubbed my lamp and asked my genie to make it clear
to the King that either he shared with me or he moved on himself to
another section.
4 Genie: I amvery large and my powers are great, so I can be quite
intimidating. So, of course, the King relented in his anti-social
behavior.
5 One night, when the King and Aladdin were sharing a library shelf,
the King was still cursing under his breath that he had to share at
all. Aladdin told himto stop his muttering.
6 This so incensed the King, that his eyes positively bulged. I could
tell he would have hit Aladdin if not for fear of my wrath.
7 (when Cinderella speaks to Aladdin) Yes you are Aladdin’s best
friend in the library Cinderella.

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Al addi n (and hi s Geni e) - Act Two
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 Oh Alice, you are such a sweet little girl. Your warning helped me
greatly. I just hope my wife and I have a daughter who is as nice as
you.
2 I let the King carry out his plan, but I told my genie that he was to
fulfill the exact opposite of all his wishes until his return to me. The
King’s first wish was that Britain command a great empire until the
end of time including places like Never Never Land. Look at the
state of England today and you will see the results of his wish
reversed.
3 His second wish was that he could marry Cinderella or Snow White
and live in the Emerald City. Once again you see his wish reversed
in that they both plotted against him.
4 Genie: His third wish was to lock Aladdin away in his book
forever. Note that he is still free and Henry himself is no longer
around.
5 I lied to himand told himthat I would grant himhis wishes, but
because they were such big wishes, they might take a week or two
to complete.
6 Aladdin decided to ask his other genie to take care of King Henry
for good.
7 (after Cinderella speaks to you) I’msorry Cinderella. I must not
have been out of my book at the time, so I didn’t hear you call out.

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Al addi n (and hi s Geni e) - Act Three
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 I asked my genie to see to it and my genie has never let me down. I
amnot sure if the King’s wish came true before my wish did. But
we are free of the King, so my wish must have come true.
2 I know that others think that by locking up King Henry they have
removed him, but a man like the King would evade such minor
chains.
3 My genies are very thorough – why even the sight of Henry’s name
in a book no longer plagues us with memories of himfor all of the
books which mention himare gone.
4 Genie: Although I never told Aladdin what I did exactly, I am
usually the bringer of such blessings in Aladdin’s life.
5 I know you all feel very much in gratitude to me, but I amnot an
arrogant man, please don’t feel you have to kiss my shoes or
anything.
6 A simple nod and word of thanks will do.



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These are the clues for:
Alice
(and the
Queen
of Hearts)

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Al i ce (& Queen of Hearts) - Act One
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 At night, I liked to skip around the library, singing tunes to amuse
myself. The King yelled at me and said I gave hima headache.
2 I told himnot to be angry about it. I offered to show himsome of
the comic books. I was sure they would make himsmile.
3 To this he replied gruffly, that Kings had more important things to
think about than comic books. And then he went away. Generally I
noticed he always went and bothered one of the ladies.
4 Queen of Hearts: Alice and I often play hide and seek around the
library. It’s lots of fun.
5 Anyway one time Alice was hiding and the King came along with
Peter Pan when the King caught sight of her. Alice had forgotten
that she’d come out of our book when she was ‘nine feet high’ and
hiding wasn’t easy.
6 King Henry called Alice a spy and he pulled her pig tails till she
cried. She was still ‘nine feet tall’. Thankfully Peter Pan stopped
her in time so that her tears didn’t cause any flood damage.

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Al i ce (& Queen of Hearts) - Act Two
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 When people are found guilty in court they are locked away. But
King Henry wasn’t a real person any more, just a book character, so
he couldn’t be dealt with by a court.
2 I decided to take the matter into my own hands, but I didn’t go
around shouting ‘Off with his head’ or anything silly like you do
Queen of Hearts. I’mmore clever than that.
3 I knew I had to get King Henry to like me so that I could perform
my trick on him. So I went up to himand apologized for hiding
while he was talking.
4 Queen of Hearts: Alice said she was going to make it up to himby
polishing his boots. The King liked this and he would chat with her
while she polished.
5 He told her that Aladdin was a selfish man and that he was going to
teach hima lesson.
6 Aladdin had always been very kind to us, so we didn’t want himto
be hurt, so later we told you, didn’t we Aladdin, of what the King
had said.

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Al i ce (& Queen of Hearts) - Act Three
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 I decided to get King Henry to experience the same kind of thing
that happened to me in Wonderland, so I came out of my book
while I was still holding the bottle labeled ‘Drink Me’. The King
asked me what it was.
2 I told himit was a delicious drink that tasted sort of like ‘cherry-
tart, custard, pineapple, roast turkey, toffee, and hot buttered toast.’
3 I didn’t tell himthat if he drank it he would become so small we
would be able to squash him.
4 Queen of Hearts: Alice told King Henry that if you drink it all
quickly in one gulp, it makes you feel very light-headed. It doesn’t
really, but that’s what Alice told himbecause she thought it would
it even more attractive to him.
5 He told Alice that as she is only a little girl, she shouldn’t be
drinking such drinks and he took the bottle fromher.
6 He drank the bottle all down in one gulp and then... No. I’mnot
saying any more.

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These are the clues for:
Cinderella
(and her
Fairy
Godmother)

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Cinderella (& Fairy Godmother) - Act One
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 He is such a large man. It was not always easy to avoid his
advances. I ran away as quickly as I could. He, being portly, was
not very fit and he never caught up with me.
2 If by chance he caught hold of me before I ran, I yelled and Aladdin
and his genie would come to my assistance. You are a wonderful
friend, aren’t you Aladdin?
3 On other occasions, my tears would bring my Fairy Godmother to
my aid. You often brought with you a pumpkin which you turned
into a chariot which carried me away.
4 Fairy Godmother: The King said if Cinderella continued to avoid
him, he would see to it that she would be made to clean and scrub
the library floors.
5 The memories of toiling endlessly for her step-mothers and step-
sisters made this threat of his cause her to weep.
6 He left us both so distraught that when we returned to our book, the
other characters kept asking us if we were ill.

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Cinderella (& Fairy Godmother) - Act Two
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 My Fairy Godmother and I conversed in secret and I warned her of
his wrath towards her.
2 You reassured me, didn’t you Fairy Godmother, that we would win
over the King any day? You gave me a little bell to ring wherever I
needed your assistance with the King.
3 One night the King crept up behind me and grabbed my glass
slipper.
4 Fairy Godmother: Cinderella rang the bell and I came. I told himto
let go of her slipper. He said he’d break it.
5 Then much to Cinderella’s amazement I disappeared. She was very
alarmed because she knew King Henry couldn’t be trusted.
6 Cinderella rang the bell again, but no one came. Why didn’t you
come Aladdin? So Cinderella grabbed her slipper and ran off and
disappeared into the safety of our book.

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Cinderella (& Fairy Godmother) - Act Three
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 She apologized to me later. She said that because she had created
the glass slipper by her magic, if he destroyed it, he would destroy
her.
2 You said, didn’t you Fairy Godmother, that you were afraid the
King now knew your weakness so you said you couldn’t help me in
the library any more? I started to daydreamabout what the library
would be like if King Henry had never existed.
3 The children’s book section of the library is pretty quiet during the
week as most kids these days are in childcare or at school.
4 Fairy Godmother: Cinderella decided to try visiting the library
during the daytime instead of at night. But she found it not so good
as you have to keep avoiding being seen by the real people.
5 She wanted to learn more about King Henry, so she did a search on
the computer and found that he was mentioned in one book just on
him, in three other books on English history and in one
Encyclopedia section and in one CD-ROM Encyclopedia.
6 When we come to the library each night, the last person to leave
turns out the lights. You said you did this, Mr Holmes, as you were
the last.

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These are the clues for:
Peter Pan
(and
Tinkerbell)

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Peter Pan (and Ti nkerbel l ) - Act One
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 Yes. He liked to ask me for details on my victorious battles against
Captain Hook.
2 We weren’t really friends. I think the more correct termis
acquaintances. There was nothing in his character which endeared
me to him. And his own victories were so small in comparison to
mine own.
3 I amfriends with Pinocchio. We plays games together, don’t we
Pinocchio?
4 Tinkerbell: One time Peter Pan was telling King Henry about how
when Captain Hook tried to capture him, he had to fly while he was
fighting in order to defeat him.
5 King Henry begged Peter Pan to teach himto fly, but he refused as
these skills are only for the pure of heart. Then he turned nasty and
said that as Peter Pan had refused to teach himhow to fly, he would
have himsentenced to death for contempt of court.
6 Peter Pan politely informed himthat he is not a British citizen and,
thus, did not come under his rule, but he visibly steamed and said
he would change that.

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Peter Pan (and Ti nkerbel l ) - Act Two
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 I intended to use my ability to fly.
2 King Henry reminded me of Captain Hook. Such was his greed. But
just as I defeated Captain Hook, so I knew I would defeat King
Henry.
3 But as King Henry is a book character, I realized that killing him
wouldn’t do any good. We book characters are almost immortal.
We come alive again whenever someone reads our story.
4 Tinkerbell: King Henry told Peter Pan that England would soon
take possession of Never Never Land and he would start bossing
himabout, giving himorders.
5 King Henry said that in a week or so, Peter Pan would take back his
words because Britannia would rule once more.
6 King Henry thought that by having Britain control Never Never
Land, he would make Peter Pan become one of his subjects.

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Peter Pan (and Ti nkerbel l ) - Act Three
During this act, you must reveal the following points after Sherlock
Holmes asks you a question:
1 At first I struck himwith my sword. But he was too big and bulky
for me to defeat easily.
2 So I tied a rope to a chandelier in the library and swung down from
it and pushed King Henry down. I often do that fromthe mast of the
pirate ships.
3 The King begged my forgiveness for his arrogance and said he
would do whatever I bid him. I asked himfor something, but that is
a secret.
4 Tinkerbell: I knew that King Henry was still lying. I followed him
about. Sure enough, I found himplanning how, with the genie’s help,
he would conquer Never Never Land.
5 What many of you don’t realize is that although we characters still
have some of our usual powers when we are in the library, we don’t
have the same fullness of magic powers as we do in our books.
6 If you managed to turn King Henry into a donkey, then why don’t
we see a donkey wandering about the library, Pinocchio?





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Who di d i t?
Alice (and The Queen of Hearts) gave himsomething to drink to make him
small, but when he vanished into his book at dawn, he would have been reborn
again the next night to his usual size.
Snow White may have given the King a poisoned toothpick, but we can’t say
for sure if this was the cause of his disappearance as we don’t know if her plan
worked or not.
Pinocchio may have turned King Henry into a donkey, but the donkey is not still
about, so we can’t know that for sure.
Peter Pan (and Tinkerbell) seemed to have a plan but they never really
revealed it, so we don't know if they did anything. Their powers may or may
not have worked on King Henry as they may have involved magic and as
someone said, magic doesn’t work in fully work in the library.
The Wizard of Oz may have locked himin a roomwith a collar he gave him,
but as someone else said later, he would have been reborn when someone next
read one of his books.
Goldilocks had made the King’s chair collapse but as she said, this didn’t
break his back. It only hurt it a little.
Aladdin (and his Genie) also only relied on the magic performed by his genies
and as we said, magic doesn’t work in the library. Notice nothing the genies
said actually happened.
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Cinderella (and her Fairy Godmother) did it. There was a burnt smell in the
library and as Aladdin said, the books on King Henry were missing. This was
the smell of the burnt books. Goldilocks thought it was Sherlock Holmes’s
pipe, but as he said, he couldn’t use it because he had lost his lighter.
Cinderella must have taken the lighter off Sherlock Holmes and used it to burn
the books. Aladdin thought his genies destroyed them, but as we know the
genies were powerless.
Cinderella had looked up Henry’s books and knew where they were. She was
also the only person who visited the library (as far as we know) in the daytime.
If King Henry was not to come back to the library, his books would have to be
burnt while he was in them(ie during the daytime) and not at night when he
was out of his books.
Also the fact that Cinderella burnt the books, is a bit of a play on the name
‘Cinder-ella’ as mentioned in the earlier acts – cinders – burnt embers, burnt
books etc.
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Thank you for helping
to solve
‘Mystery in the
Library’
Thank you for helping
to solve
‘Mystery in the
Library’
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Print Instructions for Mystery in the Library
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Page: 2
Fill in the date, time, etc. by placing your cursor over the entry location and typing, press tab.
Character names:
Master Sherlock Holmes
Alice and Queen of Hearts
Cinderella and Fairy Godmother
Snow White
Pinocchio
Peter Pan and Tinkerbell
Wizard of Oz
Goldilocks
Aladdin and The Genie
Print after each name. Fold in quarters with book graphic on the outside.
Page: 3
Some people only include the invited character's description in their invitation and some include
the full list in each invitation.
Depending on your preference:
Print 1 copy of pages 3 to 9 and cut each description for the invitation.
Or
Print 13 copies of pages 3 to 9 and include with your invitations. You may wish to print on both
sides of the paper so you have fewer sheets per invitation.
Page: 10
Print one copy of pages 10 to 47. Assemble each booklet, cut in ½ first. The first person
mentioned for each book is the suspect. The others are their associates and share a booklet.
If you would like each character to have their own booklet print pages 25 to 32 again.
Page: 48
Print 7 copies

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