Sleuth & Solve: History: 20+ Mind-Twisting Mysteries

Category: Book
Illustrated By: Escandell, Victor
By (author): Gallo, Ana
Series: Sleuth & Solve
Subject:  GAMES / Puzzles
  JUVENILE NONFICTION / Games & Activities / General
  JUVENILE NONFICTION / History / General
Audience: children/juvenile
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Published: August 2020
Format: Book-hardcover
Pages: 60
Size: 11.31in x 9.15in x 0.75in
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From The Publisher*<strong>Welcome to the world of<em>Sleuth & Solve: History</em>, a collection of 20 clever mysteries where the clues are in the details and crafty twists put readers' wits to the test.</strong><br><br><strong>These mind-bending mini-mysteries transpire across eras and civilizations, from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance to the French Revolution and beyond.</strong><br><br><strong><em>Sleuth & Solve</em>encourages readers of all ages to practice deduction</strong>, inference, and logical reasoning to crack each case-and develop critical thinking skills at the same time.<br><br>• A history-themed collection of interactive, inference-based mysteries<br>• Makes a perfect gift for puzzle lovers and super-sleuths of every age<br>• Requires keen observation, strong logic, and lots of creative thinking<br><br><strong>Read the clues, work on solving them, and then lift the flap to reveal the answer to each mystery.</strong><br><br><strong>Readers may play alone or with friends, collecting points for cracking each case and determining whose sleuthing skills reign supreme.</strong><br><br>• A wonderful gift for fans of brain teasers and puzzles, mystery aficionados, parents and educators looking for a read-together book that encourages critical thinking<br>• The perfect mix of challenging logic puzzles and quick entertainment<br>• Perfect for children ages 8 to 12 years old<br>• Great for teachers and librarians seeking a book that even the most reluctant readerscan't resist<br>• Add it to the shelf with books like<em>Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective</em> by Donald J. Sobol,<em>The Boxcar Children</em> by Gertrude Chandler Warner, and<em>The Mysterious Benedict Society</em> by Trenton Lee Stewart.>
Biographical NoteAna Gallo is an author living in Barcelona, Spain.<br><br>Victor Escandell is a renowned illustrator and founder of the graphic design and illustration studio Alehop. He is also the author of the activity books<em>A Wonderful World of Animals</em>,<em>Dinosaurs</em>, and<em>Sweet Monsters of the World</em>. He lives and works in Spain.