Thursday, August 28, 2014

0.99 Kindle Science Based Mystery Chapter Book For Children

Just wanted to let everyone know about a 0.99 kindle deal of  my science based chapter book The Secret of the Missing Arch. Children will learn about Arches National Park in Utah. Also about weathering, erosion, and art all in a fun way. The book includes various activities in the back including experiments, terminology, the water cycle, and more. Check it out if you would like. For 0.99 you can't beat it. I hope you enjoy. This book starts at 3rd grade and goes up into middle school.


 The elementary school at Acorn Valley holds an art fundraiser to help local animals whose homes were lost due to natural disasters. Four famous local artists--Claude Monet Mongoose, Georgia O'Giraffe, Vincent Van Goat and Pablo Picasso Peacock--have generously donated their weather-themed paintings for a charity auction. But a monkey wrench is thrown into the proceedings when distinguished Gila monster Dr. Ced E. Meant discovers, in a presentation at the Metropolitan Museum before the event, that his invaluable research has been stolen! His findings are so important that they cannot be leaked to the world at large! Meanwhile, more mysterious and fishy things are going on at the art auction, which Detectives Nut and Bill are determined to unravel. Geared for older children (and appealing enough for adults), this third entry in the series once again paints a delightful world of animal protagonists--teachers, scientists, etc.--using colorful illustrations with the lively black-and-white cartoons of Karwoski. Each of the animals--garbed like humans--has personality to spare, and they make amusing references to bills, hooves and tails. A genuinely crafty, complex mystery (including secret panels, art theft and characters who aren't as they appear) combines seamlessly with info about weather and art.

Touch the link to be sent to the Amazon page to check it out further.

The Secret of the Missing Arch

I hope everyone enjoys this great deal.

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