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I am recommending this book to my 5th and 6th grade classes for students who love art and mysteries.
The same characters from "Chasing Vermeer" appear in this latest art mystery, this time surrounding the Robie House in Chicago built by the famous Frank Lloyd Wright.
This book is perfect read for your older child who seems interested in something similar to the Da Vinci code for kids.
The Wright Three is a very interesting book. there are multiple suspects with your opinion always changing who you think who went into The Robie House. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jeb Metric
A wonderful book for young readers. It combines Art and mystery. My students are studying architecture and this book fits in nicely.Published 2 months ago by Susan SurpriseKumiski
It was a pretty good book, good mystery and lots of fun! Awesome! Loved it! Good book. It's kid friendlyPublished 3 months ago by Adams
The Wright 3 is the 2nd book in a trilogy including Chasing Vermeer and The Calder Game. The book is written by Brett Helquist. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ms. Schoelzel's Class
This book is great for my 5th grade art students. They love to listen to it while they work on their projects. Read morePublished 9 months ago by P. Winter
I use this book and "Chasing Vermeer" (another book by the same author) as part of my literature circles. The students are hooked on the first chapters. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Teacher
Excellent book for grades 4-6. Blue Balliett has a knack for integrating art and architecture into her books. She makes history come alive! Read morePublished 13 months ago by Barb McCarthy