This is the third book in the Frankie Dupont series, I know Julie Anne Grasso, the author’s writing style, I know the main characters and I know the general theme of the books. Therefore, I was surprised at what a page-turner book 3, Frankie Dupont and the Science Fair Sabotage is.
I really thought my detective skills were improving with each book, but I could not guess the answer, and for me I am always trying to solve crime novels before the ending, even predicting twists.
I’m glad my children are too young to read the Frankie Dupont series to them, as I would have kept them up all night wanting to find out who was the culprit in the Science Fair Sabotage.
Julie Anne Grasso has a talent for writing mysteries. Frankie Dupont is the main character, an 11 year old private investigator. In previous books he has solved the Mystery at Enderby Manor and a Lemon Festival Fiasco. This time there are a lot more suspects at the Science Fair and to try to find the person who sabotaged a competitor’s entry Frankie has to use a range of detective skills.
Once again educationally there are many activities which children can delve into before, during and after the reading of Frankie Dupont and the Science Fair Sabotage.
A Teacher Resource Booklet has been created with 10 activities relating to Frankie Dupont and the Science Fair Sabotage and linked to the Australian Curriculum for free download.
I don’t want to choose favourites between the three books but if someone was twisting my arm and I had to, then Frankie Dupont and the Science Fair Sabotage would be a smidgen in front.
To find out more about the author Julie Anne Grasso head over to her website or connect with her on Facebook. The launch Frankie Dupont and the Science Fair Sabotage is happening soon, so be sure to head over and not miss out.
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