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Baker Street Academy: Sherlock Holmes and the Disappearing Diamond

by Sam Hearn (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 9 - 12 years

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Meet Sherlock Holmes … at school! Solving mysteries and fighting crime – all before home time. John Watson has only been at Baker Street Academy five minutes when he meets brainiac oddball Sherlock Holmes. He’s not yet got his world-famous funny hat, but he does have a razor-sharp mind. (And some rather scary enemies.) With Sherlock around, things often go a bit crazy, as John’s cartoon-filled diary shows. A school trip, a missing jewel, a daring heist… It’s hard to be Sherlock’s best mate and get your homework in on time!

  • A thrilling adventure in a cool graphic diary format
  • Packed with doodles, jokes, detective notes and more
  • Meet the young Sherlock and his friends and enemies
  • See the classic characters through John Watson’s eyes

Product Details

Catalogue number

305 in EU Primary January 2018

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407172941

Date published

October 6th, 2016

Other details
  • 176 pages
Condition

New

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    Atticus
    on 19 February 2017

    I really want to read this book because it looks like a mystery!