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edition:Paperback
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category: Children's Fiction
published: Oct 2018
ISBN:9781459817159
publisher: Orca Book Publishers

Lark Takes a Bow

by Natasha Deen, illustrated by Marcus Cutler

tagged: humorous stories, mysteries & detective stories, chapter books
Description

Mysteries seem to follow Lark and Connor Ba wherever they go, and today is no exception! The part-time detectives head to their local community theater to rehearse the play they are in, only to discover that someone is playing pranks on the theater company. The twin sleuths need to work quickly to catch the culprit before one more prank closes down the play for good. It's showtime, Lark and Connor!
Lark Takes a Bow is the third title in the Lark Ba Detective series, following Lark Holds the Key and Lark and the Diamond Caper.

About the Authors

Natasha Deen

Award-winning author Natasha Deen loves stories: exciting ones, scary ones and, especially, funny ones! As a kid of two countries (Guyana and Canada), she feels especially lucky because she gets a double dose of stories. When she's not working on her books or visiting schools, she spends a lot of time trying to convince her dogs and cats that she's the boss of the house.For more information, visit natashadeen.com and follow her on Twitter and Instagram @natasha_deen.

Marcus Cutler is both a children's illustrator and an occasional climber of rocks. He lives in Windsor, Ontario, with his wife and two daughters.
Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
6 to 8
Grade:
1 to 3
Reading age:
6 to 8
Editorial Reviews

"Like any good mystery, the book offers a list of suspects, red herrings, organized clues, and a moment of truth…As a multiethnic detective, Lark's authentic success at sleuthing ensures her a place at the chapter-book table."

— Kirkus Reviews

"Because of Lark Takes a Bow's humour and entertaining characters, readers will look forward to further books in this series and might venture into exploring other mystery books. Highly Recommended. "

— CM Magazine

"With cute illustrations, children aged six to eight will enjoy this funny mystery."

— Calgary Herald

"This is a great first chapter book, with lessons being taught about honesty, friendship and forgiveness."

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