Mystery Of The Mad Science Teacher by Marty ChanMystery Of The Mad Science Teacher by Marty Chan

Mystery Of The Mad Science Teacher

byMarty Chan

Paperback | February 8, 2008

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What keeps Marty Chan's mysteries fresh is his positive sense of humour and his ability to get inside a child's mind. This remains true for the latest offering, The Mystery of the Mad Science Teacher.

The plot once again seems straightforward: When Trina's bicycle is stolen, Marty and Remi gear up to solve the case. Once they start their investigation they are both surprised and perplexed that the evidence leads them to the doorstep of their new elementary school teacher. The problem of the confrontation ensues as Mr E seems to be quite resourceful as an opponent and the new girl at school, Ida, lends additional energy to foil their attempts to catch the school kleptomaniac.

To add additional depth to the action, Marty discovers that he and Remi share the same feelings toward Trina and then finds out that Trina likes him, a fact he must hide from Remi at all costs because he cannot risk losing him as his best friend.

Who would think that life as a young solver of mysteries could suddenly get so complicated? But for Marty, friendship, loyalty, and trust suddenly seem less straightforward when the mystery of girls is involved.

Marty Chan is a nationally known dramatist, screenwriter and author. He is the recent winner of the Edmonton Book Prize for his juvenile novel The Mystery of the Frozen Brains and former Gemini-nominated and gold medal winner for "The Orange Seed Myth" and "Other Lies Mothers Tell".
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Title:Mystery Of The Mad Science TeacherFormat:PaperbackDimensions:127 pages, 7.03 × 5.02 × 0.6 inPublished:February 8, 2008Publisher:Thistledown PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1897235380

ISBN - 13:9781897235386

Appropriate for ages: 7

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