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Already being heralded as The DaVinci Code for kids, Chasing Vermeer will have middle grade readers scrutinizing art books as they try to solve the mystery along with Calder and Petra. In an added bonus, artist Brett Helquist has also hidden a secret pentomino message in several of the books illustrations for readers to decode. An auspicious and wonderfully satisfying debut that will leave no young detective clueless. --Jennifer Hubert --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Suspenseful and enjoyable. You learn a little about art while enjoying a great puzzle story.Published 1 month ago by Diane R Weber
This was a purchase in paper of a book I had read and enjoyed in a school setting a few years ago. Not a disappointment as I knew before buying it was an excellent read.Published 2 months ago by Nancy C. Anderson
I heard this is a great book for students to read over the summer so I brought them for my grandchildren. I don't know if they have read them. I might order more for the school.Published 2 months ago by RACR
I like it, though sometimes it felt like the mysterious thread leaves the world of logic far behind, but isn't quite willing to let it go anyway. Read morePublished 3 months ago by rilla norslund
I absolutely love this book! It has all the good qualities of a mystery. I really enjoy all of Blue Balliett's books.
I didn't dislike any thing about this book. Read more
I loved it. There are some so many coincidences and many clues to find out the mystery it would be great for your childrenPublished 5 months ago by Sara Gotkin
A quick book for middle-grade kids, based around two sixth-graders who find themselves in the middle of a puzzle. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alyssa Greatbanks
I got this book for my daughter and she loved! Thank you very much for making this available on linePublished 6 months ago by DG