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The Great Art Scandal: Solve the Crime, Save the Show!

3.95 of 5 stars 3.95  ·  rating details  ·  22 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Find the rogue painting and save the exhibition and the City Gallery! Children will have hours of fun exercising their powers of observation as they spot the clues that reveal which artist painted each picture. While they have fun solving the mystery, they'll be enjoying an inspiring introduction to thirty-two of the world's greatest modern artists.

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Hardcover, 45 pages
Published September 23rd 2003 by Kingfisher (first published January 1st 2003)
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Lisa Vegan
May 12, 2010 Lisa Vegan rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: 4th through 8th graders who like logic puzzles and games, especially art lovers
This is as much a game/puzzle as it is a book.

The illustrations look quite a bit like comics. But there are copies of actual paintings by many artists also.

I usually like games/puzzles such as this, but I didn’t find this one that challenging or fun.

But I did enjoy the art. The book was published in association with the National Gallery of Scotland. Shown are paintings by modern artists, and some information is given about each artist. A glossary of art terms is included toward the back of the b
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Peter
Awesome way to engage in fine art and study famous works by carefully examining mash-ups of modern art works. Not quite as good as Art Auction Mystery, but still very good, particularly if you want more exposure to modern art. Accessible to ages 7-12, can be read alone ages 8-12 too
Marguarite Markley
I absolutely love Anna Nilsen's art mystery books. In this particular title, the reader is challenged to "figure out who made each painting" and to "spot the rogue painting." This is a little easier than the challenges in Art Fraud Detective and Art Auction Mystery.
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what i learned so far from thiz book is that thiz lady is trying to find who messed uo her work nd who took the information paneles from under her paintings!!!! nd there is games in the book try nd read it !!!!!!! ...more
Rebecca
Dec 07, 2012 Rebecca marked it as to-read
An interactive, puzzle/mystery book. I wasn't smart enough to figure out how it works at a glance, but it looks pretty cool.
Kidsbookworm
The kids will have so much fun solving the mystery that they won't mind learning so much about art!
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