Pansy in Paris: A Mystery at the Museum

Pansy in Paris: A Mystery at the Museum

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615840192
Publisher: Octobre, LLC
Publication date: 04/07/2014
Series: Pansy the Poodle Mystery Series
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 9.30(w) x 12.20(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range: 3 - 8 Years

About the Author

Cynthia Bardes is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and is a former dress designer and interior decorator. She lives with her husband and Pansy in Vero Beach, Florida.

Virginia Best is an artist whose paintings and photographs have been exhibited nationally. She lives with her husband and two poodles in Vero Beach, Florida.

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Pansy in Paris: A Mystery at the Museum 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Ronrose More than 1 year ago
A pleasant story of a dog, Pansy, and Avery, the little girl who adopted her. They are invited to Paris to solve the theft of paintings from the art museum. The story is easy for young readers to follow. I liked the introduction of French words in the text and illustrations. I felt the illustrations of Paris are the most appealing part of this colorful book for young children. Book provided for review by the author.
FeatheredQuillBookReviews More than 1 year ago
Pansy the adorable little poodle and her best friend Avery are at it again when they are asked to travel to Paris, France to solve a mystery. Having solved a hotel mystery in their first book, Pansy at the Palace: A Beverly Hills Mystery, the clever dog’s reputation for solving crimes has spread far and wide. It isn’t long before she receives a letter from Inspector Claude, all the way from Paris. It seems that somebody has stolen a painting from their museum and the Inspector needs help! Pansy, along with ‘her’ little girl Avery, and Avery’s mom, board a plane and travel to Paris. In Paris, Inspector Claude takes the pair to the museum so they can see just what is going on. Between the Henri Muttese and Leonardo DogVinci paintings is an empty wall; a spot where there once hung a valuable painting. The only clue, explains Claude, is a bacon-flavored dog biscuit. Will Pansy and Avery be able to solve the mystery of the missing painting? Pansy in Paris is a sweet story of not just a mystery, but of the love between a young girl and her beloved dog. They work together to solve a fun mystery, one that will engage children as they watch, and try to help, Pansy put the clues together. To add to the fun, as the duo go about solving the crime, there are a few pages of the lovely sights around the City of Lights. The story has a happy ending, one where love is stressed above all else. The illustrations are bright and cheerful, a perfect fit for the story. In short, Pansy in Paris is a winner! Quill says: Will Pansy save the day? Readers will want to help the adorable little dog as she sniffs out clues to the great Paris museum mystery.