Three Short Stories of Sherlock Holmes Activity Worksheets
In these comprehension worksheets, after reading "Sherlock Holmes and the Strange Mr. Angel," "Sherlock Holmes and the Important Exam," and "Sherlock Holmes and the Dangerous Road," students complete comprehension questions on the stories.
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