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The Sweetest Heist in History [PDF / Epub] ☆ The Sweetest Heist in History By Octavia Spencer – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A Simon Schuster eBook Simon Schuster has a great book for every reader A Simon Schuster eBook Heist in Kindle Ó Simon Schuster has a great book for every reader.


10 thoughts on “The Sweetest Heist in History

  1. Valerie Kyriosity Valerie Kyriosity says:

    This book caught my eye because I have a cousin named Randy Rhoades Alas, that s where the interest ended.


  2. Brooke Brooke says:

    I really enjoyed mysterious as a kid, and I think i would have loved reading this After the death of her mother, Twelve year old Rhandi Rhodes moves from Brooklyn to a small town in Tennessee with her mystery writing father, where she reluctantly makes friends and joins forces with two other new kids in figuring out who is trying to bankrupt the town and force its long time residents out Parts of it might be a bit far fetched, but that only adds to the excitement and fun.I hope Octavia Spencer I really enjoyed mysterious as a kid, and I think i would have loved reading this After the death of her mother, Twelve year old Rhandi Rhodes moves from Brooklyn to a small town in Tennessee with her mystery writing father, where she reluctantly makes friends and joins forces with two other new kids in figuring out who is trying to bankrupt the town and force its long time residents out Parts of it might be a bit far fetched, but that only adds to the excitement and fun.I hope Octavia Spencer will write


  3. Britt Britt says:

    Reviewed for School Library Journal issue 2014 12 01 Gr 4 7 Randi Rhodes, black belt ninja and kid detective, is back again with her sidekicks, D.C and Pudge, to solve another rousing mystery This installment takes the trio from Deer Creek, TN to Brooklyn, NY, where a world famous Faberg egg exhibit is opening at the Brooklyn Museum, right across from Randi s aunt s apartment After noticing suspicious behavior from the new neighbors and learning that pieces of the collection have mysteriou Reviewed for School Library Journal issue 2014 12 01 Gr 4 7 Randi Rhodes, black belt ninja and kid detective, is back again with her sidekicks, D.C and Pudge, to solve another rousing mystery This installment takes the trio from Deer Creek, TN to Brooklyn, NY, where a world famous Faberg egg exhibit is opening at the Brooklyn Museum, right across from Randi s aunt s apartment After noticing suspicious behavior from the new neighbors and learning that pieces of the collection have mysteriously disappeared, the gang of detective ninjas is on the case With a tae kwon do competition, Thanksgiving dinner, and a few familial hiccups standing in the way, this quick read is packed with action around every corner Although the fast paced plot deals with a mystery through and through, the diverse characters are well rounded and experience their own tough personal situations with determination and grace While the story is didactic at times, the importance of family, confidence, and free spiritedness shine through the overall plot Although a few clues fit almost too perfectly into place and the lax nature of adult accomplices involved in attaining them is sometimes questionable, this book will satiate any young detective s thirst for mystery


  4. Aj Aj says:

    Again, this is absolutely not aimed at me That said, I really, really love Spencer s writing style I mentioned in the review of the first book that this is like Nancy Drew but for the under 14 set and BETTER and I really do stick by this I will say that I think the first one was a stronger novel, but I really like how the strands of grief and confusion are woven throughout this For a serial kids mystery, this book does a good job of giving the charactersdepth.I wish there were a third Again, this is absolutely not aimed at me That said, I really, really love Spencer s writing style I mentioned in the review of the first book that this is like Nancy Drew but for the under 14 set and BETTER and I really do stick by this I will say that I think the first one was a stronger novel, but I really like how the strands of grief and confusion are woven throughout this For a serial kids mystery, this book does a good job of giving the charactersdepth.I wish there were a third book


  5. Pandamonkey Pandamonkey says:

    Even better than the first I read it aloud to my 9 yr old daughter every morning She loved it eventhan the first book I loved that it entertained but also taught cool facts and thinking skills It also has a great message about liking yourself and not being ashamed of who you are or what trials you go through.


  6. Laura Roberts Laura Roberts says:

    A cute middle grade mystery, and the second in a series that I hope will continue Now I definitely have to go back and read the first one Lots of ninja detective action, and I enjoyed the added bonus of the ninja tasks in the appendices.


  7. Mary Mary says:

    It looks like this is the last book published in this series really a duology That s a shame, because I could really see Randi as a good role model with a lot that could happen in her life.


  8. Mister Mister says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here my favorite thing about this book was Randi figuring out how the fake Faberge eggs were made out of sugar


  9. Shelby Lehman Shelby Lehman says:

    Great Middle Grade mystery, not scary, girl power Great audiobook.


  10. Cora Coleman Cora Coleman says:

    I like it.


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