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Max Finder Mystery Collected Casebook Volume 6

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The sixth volume in this award-winning graphic novel series features ten new mystery comics and two never-before-published short stories by OWL Magazine editor, Craig Battle.

Each solve-it-yourself story stars amateur detective Max Finder and his best friend, aspiring journalist Alison Santos. Seventh graders at Central Meadows Junior High, these two intrepid investigators
Paperback, 96 pages
Published April 10th 2012 by Owlkids Books
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This graphic novel is set up like a detective agencies case book. With each short story, you are introduced to Max and Alison who are junior-high detectives and a mystery for them to solve. In each short case, there are clues given and at the end the solution is revealed. The graphic novel also included two prose short mysteries- one set up with time stamps and the other as a normal narrative.

I am so glad that I was introduced to Max Finder, his friends and his mysteries. This is a great book t
Ms. Yingling
This book is a collection of ten mystery comic strips from Owl Magazine that involve Max Finder and his multicultural cast of friends and associates. There are also two short story mysteries. The comic strips are about four pages long, with a page at the end that describes how Max solves the mystery, reminiscent of Encyclopedia Brown. There is a section at the end on how to set up a mystery party, which is interesting! The mysteries are also similar to ones Encyclopedia might have solved; a toil ...more
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Craig Battle is the author of four books for young readers. He is the former editor of OWL magazine and is currently a senior editor at Sportsnet magazine. Originally from Lantzville, B.C., he lives in Toronto.
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