Max Finder Mystery Collected Casebook

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Owlkids, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 94 pages
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The second volume in this award-winning graphic novel series contains ten comics and lots of puzzles to help readers hone their sleuthing skills. Storylines are intriguing, age-appropriate, and relevant; illustrations are detailed and compelling; and dialogue is snappy. Each solve-it-yourself comic stars amateur detective Max Finder and his best friend, budding journalist Alison Santos. Seventh graders at Central Meadows Junior High, these two intrepid investigators must call upon their skills to crack each case before them. Cases in this volume include "The Case of the Trail Trap," "The Case of the Lucky Skates," and "The Case of the Elvis Prankster." Clues appear in words and images, so readers must develop their eye for detail in order to solve the mysteries. Solutions appear at the end of each comic, explaining whodunit and why, and the clues that cracked the case. Bonus content unique to this volume includes a peek inside illustrator Michael Cho's sketchbook and quizzes, match-ups, and jumbles. Crammed with clues and stuffed with enough suspects and red herrings to keep readers guessing until the very last panel, Max Finder Mystery Collected Casebook Volume 2 promises to engage pre-teens with hours of whodunit fun.

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Review: Max Finder Mystery Collected Casebook Volume 1

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Max Finder Mystery Collected Casebook Volume 1 byu liam O'donnell is a short graphic mystery, shows you all the clues and solves the case. Read full review

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User Review  - Sandra Hernandez - Goodreads

charming read, reminded me of encyclopedia brown. I really did enjoy this comic, cute and simple Read full review

About the author (2010)

Liam O'Donnell is a Toronto based author of graphic novels including System Shock and Blackbeard?s Last Stand. He often writes about literacy and education for national magazines.Michael Cho is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design and has illustrated several children?s books including Media Madness: An Insider Guide to Media. He is currently devoting his time to writing and drawing more comics.

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