Joe-Joe Nut and Biscuit Bill Case #3: The Secret of the Missing Arch

The town of Acorn Valley is abuzz with news of an art fundraiser at the elementary school that will help local animals who lost their homes because of inclement weather. With the whole town getting involved, famous area artists—Claude Monet Mon­goose, Georgia O’ Giraffe, Vincent Van Goat, and Pablo Picasso Peacock—all attend to auction off weather paintings coinciding with the fundraising theme. It isn’t until Dr. Ced E. Meant’s presentation at the Metropolitan Museum before the event, where he discusses his findings concerning the erosion of some area parks, that he discovers his research, which contains infor­mation the world would be interested in knowing, has been stolen. At the fundraiser, truths unfold that baffle detectives Joe-Joe Nut and Biscuit Bill, leading them to suspects they never thought could have committed the crime. Will they be able to solve the case before Dr. Ced E. Meant’s research goes global? Join the detectives on their journey in learning about the topics of weather, erosion, and art.  Look for various activities in the back of the book for enhanced learning.

Renee Hand of Byron, MI Renée Hand has over twenty-five years of writing experience with a dozen published works and many accolades. She’s a maverick in writing interactive mysteries, taking the reader on a journey that is woven with just the right amount of mystery, history, and educational value. She provides the reader with a story that will change their lives and hearts forever.

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