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The Case of the Nana-Napper (Wright & Wong #2)

3.18  ·  Rating Details  ·  17 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
When Agatha and Orville go to visit Nana Wong, they find her gone. Agatha thinks her granny has been kidnapped, but the police are no help. The rejected detectives then uncover photos of a strange man among Nana's negatives. Could he be the kidnapper?
Paperback, 176 pages
Published April 21st 2005 by Razorbill
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Dec 13, 2012 Emily rated it liked it
Why I picked it up: I recently learned of a petition to the publisher to have this series put back in print because there are few middle-grade books that deal with the Autism spectrum.

Agatha and Orville are best friends. They usually go to Agatha’s grandmother’s store after school, but on this particular day, she isn’t there. Agatha and Orville know this is highly unusual and they believe that Nana has been kidnapped. The two solved a mystery together bef
Aug 11, 2007 Jennie rated it liked it
Nana Wong has disappeared! All she left was a hastily scrawled note that doesn’t sound like Nana at all! Agatha is convinced she’s been kidnapped. If that weren’t bad enough, now she has to stay with her Uncle Boonie, who doesn’t even have a couch for her to sleep on and makes her go to bed at 7pm! If she has to go to bed so early, how will she and Orville ever find Nana? Not to mention that they’ve been given a new case of proving Stu innocent of breaking one of his mother’s collectible plates. ...more
Feb 04, 2016 Chazzi rated it it was amazing
Shelves: juvenile, mystery

Wright and Wong are on the case again, solving this mystery in their town of Bottomless Lake, Arizona.

A hurried note, a cell phone left behind and pictures missing from one of the photo albums are the clues that tell Agatha Wong and Orville Wright something is wrong. And that something is Nana Wong has been kidnapped!

Orville, who has Asperger's Syndrome, is the detail man. He sees and observes not so obvious or logical things that Agatha tends to miss. Agatha is the big picture partner, coming f
Camille Stanford
Oct 15, 2013 Camille Stanford rated it liked it
Shelves: mystery, humor
This was a cute book, with a mystery I was unsure where it would lead, and excellent and unique characters. I especially liked Orville, who is a genius with Asberger's (so he doesn't really understand emotion) and helps his talkative friend Agatha solve local mysteries. It is a different kind of book than what I usually pick up, and I enjoyed it.
Oct 21, 2013 Serena rated it it was ok
ok mystery suky ending
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