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[BHE 188] Mystereadventure Titles from Wayne County Public Library


Fats here.

Every Sunday, we share the books that have found their way into our shelves either from libraries, book shops – or simply landed into our mailboxes. Below are some of the mystery- and adventure-themed children’s books that I borrowed from our library. I’ve read most of them, reviewed some, and still have to go through a few. Enjoy browsing!


Jonathan and the Big Blue Boat by Philip C. Stead
Sheep on a Ship by Nancy Shaw and Margot Apple
Russell and the Lost Treasure by Rob Scotton


Two Bad Ants by Chris Van Allsburg
Zathura by Chris Van Allsburg


Jumanji by Chris Van Allsburg
The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg


George Flies South by Simon James
The Umbrella by Ingrid Schubert and Dieter Schubert


Doors in the Air by David Weale and Pierre Pratt
Lindbergh: The Tale of a Flying Mouse by Torben Kuhlmann


Mystery at the Club Sandwich by Doug Cushman
Jack Gander Storyville Detective: The Case of the Greedy Granny by George McClements


Agent A to Agent Z by Andy Rash
Shiver Me Letters: A Pirate ABC by June Sobel and Henry Cole


Little Polar Bear and the Brave Little Hare by Hans de Beer
Little Polar Bear and the Submarine by Hans de Beer
Little Polar Bear and the Big Balloon by Hans de Beer


The 13th Clue by Ann Jonas
Where’s the Big Bad Wolf? by Eileen Christelow


Louise, The Adventures of a Chicken by Kate DiCamillo and Harry Bliss
Mystery by Arthur Geisert


The Mysterious Manuscript by Lars Jakobsen
Searching for Oliver K. Woodman by Darcy Pattison and Joe Cepeda


The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd
Chasing Vermeer by Blue Balliett and Brett Helquist


The Mad Apprentice by Django Wexler
Madeline’s Rescue by Luwig Bemelmans


The Sisters Grimm: The Fairy Tale Detectives by Michael Buckley
The Sisters Grimm: The Unusual Suspects by Michael Buckley

If you have more titles to add to the list, let us know!

1 comment on “[BHE 188] Mystereadventure Titles from Wayne County Public Library

  1. Super love the look of Arthur Geisert’s “Mystery” – will you be reviewing that? Seems perfect for our current reading theme!


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