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PM Sapphire: Darcy Devlin and the Mystery Boy (PM Plus Chapter Books) Level 29

by Chris Bell (author)

Suitable for 7 - 11 years

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Darcy Devlin is an amateur private investigator. One day, he sees a boy acting strangely, and decides to follow him. He discovers the boy, Tai, is living alone while his grandmother is in hospital. Tai does not know which hospital his grandmother is in, and is afraid he will be taken away if the authorities find out he is alone. Darcy uses his investigative skills to track down Tai’s grandmother.

Sapphire level titles provide a selection of stories and non-fiction titles chosen for their range of content, narrative and points of view. This level encourages readers to form opinions and discuss their own reading tastes.

PM Plus Chapter Books (levels 25–30) provide a selection of stories chosen for their broad range of content, characters, topics and points of view. The high-interest topics include adventure, emergencies, natural disasters, risk-taking, historical events and investigation.

Product Details

Catalogue number

2235 in PM EU Offer 2018

Series

PM Sapphire

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780170108072

Publisher

Cengage Learning Australia

Date published

July 18th, 2003

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  • 32 pages
Condition

New

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