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Re drawn clue by clue into a mysterious labyrinth they must draw on their powers of intuition their problem solving skills and their knowledge of Vermeer Can they decipher a crime that has left even the FBI baffl. An unexpected find that I really enjoyed Both the story and illustrations were great Will be continuing the series

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Chasing Vermeer

When a book of unexplainable occurrences brings Petra Andalee and Calder Pillay together strange things start to happen seemingly unrelated events connect an eccentric old woman seeks their company and an invalua. Chasing Vermeer by Blue Balliett was given to me by a friend because it was similar to From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs Basil E Frankweiler As I d read that and liked it I was eager to read this I ve recently become interested in Vermeer so that added to my motivationThere are some things I liked about the book There are two protagonists who are both perceived as nerds but they are initially interesting and rather likeable Their names by the way were carefully chosen by Balliett as references to art and architecture There s an art theft and a crusty but eventually sympathetic old lady

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Ble Vermeer painting disappears Before they know it the two find themselves at the center of an international art scandal where no one neighbors parents teachers is spared from suspicion As Petra and Calder a. Another YA purchase from Green Apple books and to be honest a disappointment This is a new ish book published in 2004 and while I had never read it before I had high hopes I had read reviews that said it was clever it has expert illustrations by Brett Heluist Lemony Snicket s illustrator and the inside flap lead me to believe it was a puzzle tale in the same vein as The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin Chasing Vermeer is not a terrible book but it didn t live up to my expectationsIt tells the story of two outcast sixth graders Petra and Calder who come together and ultimately solve a


10 thoughts on “Chasing Vermeer

  1. says:

    A Da Vinci Code for tweens NewsweekThis is only one of the uoted praises lumped on Chasing Vermeer and proudly emblazoned on its back cover It is probably the most apropos uote because it hinges almost entirely on the readers' familiarity with and reaction to Dan Brown's novelIf you found Da Vinci Code boring trite melodramatic sophomoric an

  2. says:

    Chasing Vermeer by Blue Balliett was given to me by a friend because it was similar to From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs Basil E Frankweiler As I'd read that and liked it I was eager to read this I've recently become interested in Vermee

  3. says:

    I finished reading this to my 9 year old last night then poked around here on Goodreads assessing what reader response had been when the book was originally publishedI was surprised by how many reviewers didn't like this

  4. says:

    This book may very well be the worst book I have ever read in my entire life Why? Let me break it down for you There's a painting It gets stolen Lucky for the art museum of Chicago three fifth graders have a plan to get it back So if you'd ever read the last three chapters of flat stanely you have read this entire book First of all I generally hate mystery books anyway which is most likely a prime factor of my

  5. says:

    I loved parts of this book and disliked other parts so there you are; the epilogue ending is particularly bad in that I don't know how to work all this into the plot so here this is what happened kind of way The there's no

  6. says:

    Another YA purchase from Green Apple books and to be honest a disappointment This is a new ish book published in 2004 and while I had never read it before I had high hopes I had read reviews that said it was clever it has expert illustrations by Brett Heluist Lemony Snicket’s illustrator and the inside flap lead me to believe it was a puzzle tale in the same vein as The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin Chasing Vermeer is not a terri

  7. says:

    There is much to admire in this book but unfortunately uite a bit to dislike as well The story of two kids who solve a mystery will

  8. says:

    An unexpected find that I really enjoyed Both the story and illustrations were great Will be continuing the series 🐸

  9. says:

    This book was a lot of fun to read It reminded me a little of a Da Vinci code for younger minds only in some ways this book was a lot trickier Throughout there is a pentomino code and another hidden code which I never tried to deci

  10. says:

    Usually when I read finish reading a childrens book I didn't enjoy I ask myself whether or not I would have enjoyed it 13 years ago Sometimes my answer to me is yes and sometimes it is no but even with the nos I can imagine some hypothetical audience of child enjoying a bookWith this one I can't imagine any demographic Even gifted kids will probably need to have a savant like interest in art specifically Dutch Baroue art or in

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