Friday, August 2, 2019

The Guggenheim Mystery by Robin Stevens

The Guggenheim Mystery (London Eye #2) by Robin Stevens. 316 pages. Knopf (Random), 2017. $17.

Content: G 



Tad Spark’s Aunt Gloria works at the Guggenheim Museum in London. Ted is autistic and thinks about things differently than other people. He is very smart and a deep thinker. While Tad is in London with his mother and sister, Aunt Gloria is accused and arrested for the theft at the museum. Can Ted and his special brain help find the person(s) responsible and free Aunt Gloria?            

I enjoyed this book much more than I thought I would. It was awesome. It was a page turner and I loved getting a "peek" inside Ted's brain and the way he thinks. It helped me understand his thinking and his reactions. This was well written, captivating and enjoyable. I loved the book I highly recommend it.            

Ellen-Anita, Librarian                                                                       

1 comment:

Ms. Yingling said...

The first book came out the year my seventh graders were born! I do love Stevens' mysteries, though, so will have to take a look. Would you shelve the series under Dowd or Stevens?