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Lark Has the Shivers

by Natasha Deen, illustrated by Marcus Cutler

tagged: mysteries & detective stories, pets, chapter books, humorous stories
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list price: $7.95
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published: Mar 2022
pages: 96
ISBN:9781459826052
publisher: Orca Book Publishers
Description

The summer is for sleuthing, and Lark and Connor have been served a double helping!

It's time for the annual pet fair and the twins have been hard at work teaching their dog, Max, some new tricks. But on their way to the fairgrounds, they're offered not one, but two intriguing cases.

Pets from the pet show have gone missing and their guardians are blaming each other for the disappearances. Meanwhile, Lark and Connor's frenemy, Sophie, thinks her house might be haunted and refuses to go inside. The twins split up to solve the mysteries, but can they find the vanished pets and the source of the spooky noises before the show has to start?

Lark Has the Shivers is the fifth title in the Lark Ba Detective series, following Lark and the Desert Disaster, Lark Takes a Bow, Lark and the Diamond Caper and Lark Holds the Key.

About the Authors

Natasha Deen

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Marcus Cutler is a freelance children's illustrator from Ontario, Canada. His work has appeared in magazines, books, apps and more and he has worked with a variety of clients including chickaDEE Magazine, OWL Magazine, Macmillan Publishers and Parks Canada. He is the illustrator of the Lark Ba Detective series, The Owl and the Two Rabbits and The Walrus and the Caribou. He lives in Tecumseh, Ontario.

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Recommended Age and Grade
Age:
6 to 8
Grade:
1 to 3
Editorial Reviews

“Deen continues to frankly depict Lark’s struggles with dyslexia, and the twins’ ­Korean-Kenyan heritage shines throughout the story. Cutler’s grayscale ­illustrations reflect diversity in the supporting characters.”

— School Library Journal

“The book is well organized with short chapters, well-paced for good mystery development, and includes fun, evenly spaced sketch drawings…Realistic and relatable for children.”

— Children's Literature

“Deen once again provides an exciting and amusing story for her readers...Emergent readers will enjoy this engaging early chapter book. Highly Recommended.”

— CM: Canadian Review of Materials

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