The London Eye Mystery
11.32am. Ted and his sister Kat watch their cousin Salim get on board the London Eye. The pod rises from the ground, high above the city.
12.02am. The pod lands and the doors open. Everyone exits - everyone but Salim.
Has he spontaneously combusted? (Ted's theory.)
Has he been kidnapped? (Aunt Gloria's theory.)
Is he even still alive? (The family's unspoken fear.)
Even the police are baffled - so it's up to Ted, whose brain runs on its own unique operating system, to solve this mystery and find Salim.
Teaming up with Kat, Ted follows a trail of clues across London - while time ticks dangerously by...
A great mystery story based on a teenage girl who's father is accused of hacking his company's account and stealing millions of pounds! Her mission is to prove he didn't do it and unravel the mystery of who did!
suitable for upper key stage two. brilliant for discovering new vocabulary and developing understanding of character's thoughts and feelings towards each other!
Private I. Guana!
Leon the chameleon is missing! But ace detective Private I. Guana is on the case. A great kids' book written in the style of the Mickey Spillane/Mike Hammer detective novels. See if you can do the voice all the way through! The children will love it!
Maybe they can write an alternative conclusion to the missing chameleon? Where has leon gone?
When his guardian dies in suspicious circumstances, fourteen-year-old Alex Rider finds his world turned upside down. Forcibly recruited into MI6, Alex has to take part in gruelling SAS training exercises. Then, armed with his own special set of secret gadgets, he's off on his first mission to Cornwall, where Middle-Eastern multi-billionaire Herod Sayle is producing his state-of-the-art Stormbreaker computers. Sayle has offered to give one free to every school in the country - but there's more to the gift than meets the eye. An amazing KS2 book!
What mystery could occur in your school for your children to write about and solve?
Classic Starts: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes features abridged versions of six short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The language is simplified for younger readers, but the essence of the original stories is not compromised.
Excellent mystery stories with some mild horror themes which your children will love! Aimed at ks2 children!
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