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    The Danger Box

    The Danger Box

    by Blue Balliett

    In a stolen notebook left behind by his down-and-out dad, a lonely, legally-blind boy uncovers scientific mysteries and unwittingly finds himself at the heart of a crime. "Highly satisfying."—SLJ

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    Chasing Vermeer

    Chasing Vermeer

    by Blue Balliett and Brett Helquist

    When a book of unexplainable occurances brings Petra Andalee & Calder Pillay together, strange things start to happen. Before they know it, the two find themselves at the center of an international art scandal. As Petra & Calder are drawn clue by clue into a mysterious labyrinth they must draw on their powers of intuition, their skills at problem solving, and their knowledge of Vermeer. Can they decipher a crime that has left even the FBI baffled?

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The Danger Box

Author: Blue Balliett

Interest Level:
3-7

Lexile Framework:
750L

Grade Level Equivalent:
4.6

Age:
8-12

Genre:
Mystery and Suspense, Historical Fiction

Subject:
Historic Documents, Living with Illness and Disabilities, Friends and Friendship

About This Book

Watch the video interview with Blue Balliett.

A sight-impaired boy in a small town.

A mischievous girl who won't stay in one place.

A mysterious notebook belonging to a world-famous scientist.

A fire.

A stranger.

A death.

These are the contents of The Danger Box, a spellbinding new mystery from Blue Balliett. History, mystery, and science all collide as a small boy in a small town becomes part of something much, much bigger than himself.

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