Danger & Diamonds

By Elizabeth Levy; Mordicai Gerstein (Illustrator)
(Roaring Brook Press, Hardcover, 9781596434622, 160pp.)

Publication Date: October 12, 2010

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Description

Phillipa has always loved Agatha Christie mysteries, but it’s not until the new captain’s son and some interesting guests come aboard the cruise ship where she lives (and her parents work), that she finally gets a chance to do some sleuthing of her own.




About the Author

Elizabeth Levy has been writing and publishing award winning books for more than thirty years, and in that time she has written more than eighty books, a number that continues to surprise her. She lives in New York City. Mordicai Gerstein is the author and illustrator of The Man Who Walked Between the Towers, winner of the Caldecott Medal, and has had four books named New York Times Best Illustrated Books of the Year. He lives in Westhampton, Massachusetts.




Praise For Danger & Diamonds

"When two veterans such as Levy and Gerstein join forces, it’s clear the result is going to be good, and with its intriguing high-seas locale, this new mystery series doesn’t disappoint. A smart heroine, a cute boy, and a mystery that can be pretty easily solved make this right on target for a middle-grade audience. And with Caldecott Medalist Gerstein behind the expressive double-page illustrations, you can be sure the artwork is of a higher caliber than is found in most series fiction. Anchors away!" —Booklist

"Philippa's narration keeps readers guessing..." —Publishers Weekly

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