The Case of the Portrait Vandal (Museum Mysteries)

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Four children, Amal, Raining, Wilson, and Clementine, love going to the museum. Raining’s dad is a very important man in the museum. One day they see a weird face drawn on the flag’s glass. Then they see, on a document, a different writing that says, “Dorks”. But luckily it was just on the glass, not on the real thing. While they are looking at that drawing, a new security guard asks what they are doing. They say they are trying to find a vandal, but the guard thinks they are the vandal! But the lady in charge knows the children would never do that. So the children decide to find the vandal. Do you think the children will be able to find the vandal?

I like this book because it’s a mystery. You can try to figure out the answer before the children do. The book has fun pictures and I like the friendship the children have. The ending was satisfying and fun, even though I could figure out the mystery. It is easy to read and keeps you interested in finding clues and in what will happen next. Children who like mysteries will enjoy this mystery too.

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Author Steve Brezenoff, Lisa K. Weber, Illustrator
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 128 pages
Publisher Stone Arch Books
Publish Date 01-Oct-2015
ISBN 9781434296894
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Issue February 2016
Category Tweens


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