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West Meadows Detectives: The Case of the Berry Burglars

West Meadows Detectives: The Case of the Berry Burglars
 

In the third West Meadows mystery, Myron and friends solve a fruit fiasco

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ISBN 9781771473064
Barcode 9781771473064
Published 1 December 2018 by Owlkids Books Inc.
Format Hardback
Author(s) By O'Donnell, Liam
Illustrated by Grand, Aur
Series West Meadows Detectives
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ISBN-13 9781771473064
ISBN-10 1771473061
Stock Available
Status Internationally sourced; ships 6-12 working days
Publisher Owlkids Books Inc.
Imprint Owlkids Books Inc.
Publication Date 1 December 2018
International Publication Date 15 October 2018
Publication Country Canada Canada
Format Hardback
Author(s) By O'Donnell, Liam
Illustrated by Grand, Aur
Series West Meadows Detectives
Category Fiction (Child / Teen)
School Stories
Crime & Mystery
Disability & Illness
Number of Pages 160
Dimensions Width: 150mm
Height: 188mm
Spine: 23mm
Weight 318g
Interest Age 7-10 years
Reading Age 7-10 years
Library of Congress Stealing, Mystery and detective stories, School children, Theft, Strawberries
NBS Text Children's Fiction
ONIX Text Children/juvenile
Dewey Code FIC
Catalogue Code Not specified

Description of this Book

Myron, the third-grade detective who loves logic, facts, and solving mysteries, gets the chance to crack a third case when he finds out the school garden has been trampled and the strawberry plants are missing. Are raccoons to blame? Or did the baseball team sabotage the garden to take back their outfield? When neighborhood gardens are also found short of strawberries, Myron and his friends are on the case. Myron's unique perspective from the autism spectrum and his eye for detail make him a top-notch sleuth. Similarly, the other neurodiverse kids in his resource room have unique talents that come in handy. Tech-lover Glitch's satellite image-plotting skills, artsy Jordan's mould-making abilities, and super-social Hajrah's interview tactics come together to track down the culprits. Black-and-white spot illustrations accompany the text in the final West Meadows Detectives mystery, a fun and accessible page-turner for independent readers.

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Awards, Reviews & Star Ratings

NZ Review An engaging mystery that cleverly celebrates the quirkiness of not being neurotypical. --Kirkus Reviews

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Author's Bio

LIAM O'DONNELL is an award-winning author and educator who has created over 40 graphic novels and books for reluctant readers, including the West Meadows Detectives and the Max Finder Mystery series. Visit him online at liamodonnell.com. AUR LIE GRAND graduated from Capilano University in British Columbia in 2009, and since then has been living an illustrator's life like a Jacques Demy movie: musical, colorful and dramatic. She likes to draw goofy animals, a wide range of facial and body expressions (some that don't even exist), and illustrate wordplays. She lives in Montreal, Quebec.

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