Kate on the Case by Hannah Peck

£7.99

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This book features Kate and her friend Rupert the mouse on a train journey to the Artic. All is well until things start to disappear and the story ends in a giant twist! By: Sophie (age 7)

Kate on the Case by Hannah Peck is a story about a girl called Kate and her mouse Rupert, they are on a train to the Artic which will currently take two weeks to get these two meet their mum who is an explorer/scientist. The story is a mix of cats, mice, eggs, and mean ladies – which is surprisingly a good mix! By: Celie (age 8). Rating: 5/5.

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Description

Young reporter-in-training Kate and her mouse-accomplice Rupert are on board a train, to visit Kate’s mum in the Arctic. But as soon as the train departs, mysterious things start happening. A packet of ginger nuts goes missing . . . A collection of gymnastics trophies are stolen . . . And some ancient scrolls disappear . . . Fellow passenger Madame Maude seems the most likely culprit, until a surprising – and delicious – twist turns the whole investigation on its head. First in a witty two-colour chapter-book series about a bold young detective and a colourful cast of suspects, in a setting worthy of Agatha Christie.