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Agent Angus by K.L. Denman
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Jun 04, 2012

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bookshelves: 2012, mystery, psc-reviews, realistic-fiction, young-adult
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Angus is thrilled when a stink bomb at school causes an evacuation and he is given an opportunity to talk to Ella – the girl he has liked for eons, at least 5 months... She is an artist and is very interested in facial expressions. Angus, in an attempt to give them common ground, lies and says that he is also very interested in expressions and has hopes to become a mentalist. When Ella's sketchbook is stolen the next day, Ella asks Angus to use his mentalist abilities to figure out who stole it.

An Orca Currents book that should appeal to middle and early high school boys. Funny, but realistic characters with an engaging mystery and a plot twist that savvy readers will see coming.

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