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"Perfect for fans . . . of Judy Moody or Allie Finkle." —School Library Journal on Vanishing Acts
"This is my kind of book! . . . It's surprise after surprise, with lots of twists and turns—and chilling suspense." —R.L. Stine on Girl's Best Friend
"A barking good mystery." —Discovery Girls on Girl's Best Friend
"While the well-crafted mysteries are foremost, it's the relatable, witty protagonist that makes this novel stand out." —Horn Book on the Maggie Brooklyn Mysteries
"Leslie Margolis has found the perfect mix—a city story, a tween story, and a mystery that truly keeps you guessing." —Gordon Korman, author of The 39 Clues: The Emperor’s Code and Framed, on the Maggie Brooklyn Mysteries
Posted February 21, 2014
The Maggie Brooklyn Mystery series is a light and fun collection of books for middle grade readers. While nothing in the book is very heavy or dark, kids are treated to a mystery (or two) complete with clues, interrogations, and problem solving. Maggie is a sweet girl and she makes a wonderful heroine for this series.
This particular book is much like the others in the series in that we get to see a bit of Maggie's social life, a teensy bit of her school life, and quite a bit of her after-school working life. Light is shed on each of the mysteries throughout the book as Maggie meets new people and makes connections. Some clues are blatantly obvious, while others are less so. It's a quick and easy read that kids will enjoy. While the book is part of a series, it can be read in its own.
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