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The Case of the Stolen Sixpence

Maisie Hitchins 1

By (author) Holly Webb
Illustrated by Marion Lindsay
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Little Tiger Press Group, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: Stripes Publishing
Published: 6th May 2013
Dimensions: w 129mm h 198mm d 14mm
Weight: 175g
ISBN-10: 1847153712
ISBN-13: 9781847153715
Barcode No: 9781847153715
Synopsis
From best-selling author Holly Webb comes a brand new series full of mystery and intrigue following the adventures of a very determined heroine and her dog! Holly Webb fans will be thrilled to pieces to discover the adventures of Maisie Hitchins, the pluckiest little detective in Victorian London. Maisie Hitchins lives in her grandmother's boarding house, longing for adventure. She idolizes the famous detective, Gilbert Carrington, and follows his every case. But Maisie is about to be given the opportunity of a lifetime: her own mystery to solve! In the first book in this fantastic new series, Maisie rescues a puppy in peril whilst running an errand, and adopts him. She decides to investigate the puppy's original cruel owner, but instead gets tangled up in an intriguing plot involving stolen sausages, pilfered halfpennies and a fast-paced bicycle chase. The streets of Victorian London are never safe, but Maisie's on the case!

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"Maisie is sure to charm beginning chapter-book readers new to the mystery genre."
Booklist

"Readers will eagerly await this spunky, saucy new amateur detective's next caper."
Kirkus

"Emerging chapter book readers who enjoy mystery and historical fiction will find much to like here."
School Library Journal

"Lindsay's humorous b&w line drawings are in step with the light atmosphere Webb creates as she lays the groundwork for future cases."
Publishers Weekly

"Mystery-loving kids who have moved beyond Cam Jansen and kids who prefer their historical fiction on the light side may find Maisie's escapades to their liking."
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