Q & Ray: The Missing Mola Lisa: Case #1

Q & Ray: The Missing Mola Lisa: Case #1

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The Mola Lisa is missing!

Someone sneaky has stolen the world's most famous painting. Good thing Q and Ray are on the case! These second-grade critters are Elm Tree Elementary's best crime solvers. Ray loves magic and stinky cheese. Q loves disguises and surprises. But can the super sleuths outwit an art thief?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 197 x 254 x 5mm | 158g
  • Graphic Universe
  • Minneapolis, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, color
  • 1512454141
  • 9781512454147
  • 3,110,991

Review quote

Q and Ray, two young animal detectives, have a very big case to solve for their first book. On a field trip to the art museum, the famous Mola Lisa is stolen right in front of them! It's up to our two plucky inspectors to retrieve the priceless painting and catch the thief. The simple story and word choice make this ideal for the junior chapter-book set, and Tricia Speed Shaskan does a great job adding some small twists to make the ultimate solution to the mystery less obvious. Reluctant readers, however, might have some trouble with this one; although graphic novels are often a go-to for struggling readers, there's a lot going on with each page. Word bubbles are numerous and often staggered, which could make focusing a challenge. That said, the simple cartoon illustrations are buoyant and bright, which adds to the lighthearted feel of the overall story. Q and Ray are off to a good start, and any aspiring sleuth will be eager to see where the pair goes from here.--Booklist

-- "Journal"
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23 ratings
3.52 out of 5 stars
5 13% (3)
4 30% (7)
3 52% (12)
2 4% (1)
1 0% (0)
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