Brash and Mango are back! This time they appear in InvestiGators Take the plunge by First Second Books.
John Patrick Green has done it again with a fun sleuthing book written for elementary students. Encourage your children to read with a humour-filled graphic novel.
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I am reviewing this advanced reader’s copy for Raincoast books. 208 pages filled this graphic novel published by First Second Books. Well-inked, with an easy to read font, 7-10 year olds will be delighted with the antics of Brash and Mango in InvestiGators Take the Plunge.
From the Cover: S.U.I.T. headquarters is under attack, and Mango and Brash are going undercover and under ground disguised as city sewer workers to unclog a sticky situation. But when their search for the criminal Crackerdile backfires, the toilets they travel through back up – and the InvestiGators take the blame for it!
Can they absolve themselves? I’m not telling you, you have to read this 208 page graphic novel to find out!
Bright colours and clear text help tell the story of Brash and Mango as once again they embark on mystery solving. I thought the clarity of each character’s expressions added tons to the story!
Word-play and humour appropriate for 7-10 year old children fill the pages. They will love this book. If I had the InvestiGators series when my lad was 7-8 years old, chortles would fill my house. Isn’t it good to hear children laugh when they are reading?
Should you get InvestiGators Take the Plunge?
If your 7-10 year old loves the DogMan series and graphic novels, they will most likely enjoy InvestiGators Take the Plunge. You’ll discover a fun mystery, your children will delight in humour, word-play and good illustrations.
I previously reviewed InvestiGators. A third in the series will be entitled Off the Hook.