The Super-Secret Science Club: Case of the Disappearing Glass

The Super-Secret Science Club: Case of the Disappearing Glass

by S.C. Davis

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997190502
Publisher: Bright Mind Publications
Publication date: 09/30/2016
Series: Super-Secret Science Club , #1
Pages: 270
Product dimensions: 5.08(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.57(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter One - The Yellow Sticky Notes
Chapter Two - First Notice of Failure
Chapter Three - Little in Common
Chapter Four - "Just Jenna"
Chapter Five - How to Make Something Disappear
Chapter Six - "Project Crack Ethan"
Chapter Seven - Aliens and Pianos
Chapter Eight - The Gloomy Pizza Party
Chapter Nine - The Physicist
Chapter Ten - An Invisibility Cloak
Chapter Eleven - Dodging the Mom Bullet
Chapter Twelve - Jenna the Jerk
Chapter Thirteen - Herding Cats at Jenna's House
Chapter Fourteen - Solar Panels and Strange Smells
Chapter Fifteen - The Disappearing Glass
Chapter Sixteen - The Super-Secret Science Club
Chapter Seventeen - The Rosalind Group
Chapter Eighteen - Our Mission, Should We Choose to Accept
Chapter Nineteen - The Accusation
Chapter Twenty - Jenna's Theory
Chapter Twenty-One - The Grand Underground Room
Chapter Twenty-Two - The Midnight Break-In
Chapter Twenty-Three - Dr. Wyatt Improvises
Chapter Twenty-Four - The Strange Note
Chapter Twenty-Five - The Missing Oil
Chapter Twenty-Six - Mr. Gregory's False Confession
Chapter Twenty-Seven - The Reprimand
Chapter Twenty-Eight - Got a Bad Feeling About This
Chapter Twenty-Nine - Alma's Confrontation
Chapter Thirty - Jenna's Secret Sidekick

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The Super-Secret Science Club: Case of the Disappearing Glass 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an interesting story about a group of seventh graders who get involved in a science club that is more than it seems. It has a good pace and plenty of twists to keep kids interested in the read.