I am a big fan of Rachel Hamilton’s writing and her books, I’ve had two guest posts by her about writing and mixing books and babies. My oldest Lucas is also a huge fan of Rachel’s books. He loves reading her books along with me and on his own. He is 8 1/2 so a great age to start on her current series aimed at 9-13 year olds. This is the second book in the series, the first one being The Case of the Exploding Loo.
The first book is “The Case of the Exploding Loo” and we loved it. However, we thought this one was even better!
Synopsis – Science, silliness and super-villains make this a perfect read for fans of David Walliams, Simon Mayo and Liz Pichon Noelle “Know-All” Hawkins has another case on her hands.Her famous scientist dad – Professor Brian “Big Brain” Hawkins – is in prison as a result of his portaloo mishaps. A trip to the Science Museum results in an international mystery involving the moon, some mindreading, and an awful lot of grumpy people. But how are they all connected? Noelle, Holly and Porter are on the case. Will they piece together the crazy clues in time to save the planet? And why is Dad walking round prison with a blanket on his head? Rachel Hamilton does it again in this laugh-out-loud detective story for both boys and girls.