Synopses & Reviews
Meet Myron: a third-grade detective who loves logic, facts, and solving mysteries. He does not
love new things. Unfortunately, everything is new this year: Myron has a new baby sister, his family has moved across town, and now heand#8217;s starting his first day at a new school. But when the school kitchen is burgled, leaving the morning snacks nowhere to be found, Myron gets his chance to crack the case with help from his classmates from Resource Room 15.
Myronand#8217;s unique perspective from the autism spectrum makes him a top-notch sleuth. Similarly, the other kids in his resource room demonstrate creative problem solving and unique talents that come in handy for the case. Together with his detective partner, the hyper-energetic Hajrah, and tech-savvy Danielle, known as and#147;Glitch,and#8221; Myron gets to the bottom of the mystery and#151; all while trying to avoid the school bully, Sarah and#147;Smasherand#8221; McGuintley, whoand#8217;s intent on sabotaging their efforts.
Black-and-white spot illustrations accompany the text in this fun and accessible page-turner for independent readers.
About the Author
is an awardand#150;winning author, educator, and literacy advocate who has authored over 35 graphic novels and books specifically for reluctant readers, including the Max Finder mystery series published by Owlkids Books. When he isn't writing, Liam is a Grade One teacher in Toronto. He is interested in using video games and other alternative sources of literacy to engage reluctant readers.
Aurand#233;lie Grand is a French illustrator based in Montreal. She studied art in Vancouver. Her influences include Sempand#233;, Dupuy + Berberian, Blutch, Egon Schiele, Toulouse-Lautrec, Jillian Tamaki, Jordan Crane, and more.