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When a little piglet accompanies her grandpa to the museum on copying day, she soon discovers that something is amiss. Large sections of the museum’s paintings have been cut out and forgeries sewn in their place. Who would commit such a theft, and how could they have pulled it off? This little piglet is determined to find out. As she searches for clues, beginning detectives can try their hand at a little sleuthing too! Looking closely to discover all that’s hidden among the delightful details in Arthur Geisert’s illustrations, keen observers may just find the key evidence they need to solve the mystery of the museum’s missing masterpieces.

Baker & Taylor
During a visit to the art museum, a little piglet and her grandfather investigate the disappearance of several paintings, providing clues in the illustrations giving readers a chance to solve the mystery along with the heroine.

& Taylor

While visiting the museum with her grandfather, little piglet discovers that important paintings have been replaced with forgeries and so begins to inspect the clues to locate the artwork and find out who was responsible for the thefts. 10,000 first printing.

Publisher: Boston, MA : Houghton Mifflin, 2003
ISBN: 9780618272938
Characteristics: 32 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm


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