Secrets at the Chocolate Mansion (A Maggie Brooklyn Mystery) (Paperback)
Don't miss the third book in the Maggie Brooklyn Mystery series, which Discovery Girls calls, "A barking good mystery."
"Take your cookies elsewhere." That's what the note said in neat, block-like print, attached to a box of Girl Scout Cookies. Someone is out to sabotage the new sweet shop in the neighborhood, and Maggie Brooklyn is on the case. If only she weren't so freaked out herself lately. Maggie's new babysitting gig has her and her twin brother Finn hanging out in what they fear may be a real haunted mansion. And it's hard to solve real life mysteries when you think you're seeing ghosts!
Don't miss these other stories by Leslie Margolis:
The Maggie Brooklyn Mysteries
Girl's Best Friend
Secrets at the Chocolate Mansion
The Annabelle Unleashed series
Boys Are Dogs
Girls Acting Catty
Everybody Bugs Out
One Tough Chick
About the Author
LESLIE MARGOLIS is the author of more than fifty books for young readers, including two Annabelle Stevens books: Boys Are Dogs and Girls Acting Catty. She lives with her family in Park Slope, Brooklyn-which is also the setting of her new series, the Maggie Brooklyn Mysteries.
“Witty and resourceful, compassionate and lovable, Maggie is just the kind of girl you want . . . to relate to. And she lives right next door.” —Park Slope Reader on Vanishing Acts
“Perfect for fans . . . of Judy Moody or Allie Finkle.” —School Library Journal on Vanishing Acts
“This is my kind of book! . . . It's surprise after surprise, with lots of twists and turns--and chilling suspense.” —R.L. Stine on Girl's Best Friend
“A barking good mystery.” —Discovery Girls on Girl's Best Friend
“While the well-crafted mysteries are foremost, it's the relatable, witty protagonist that makes this novel stand out.” —Horn Book on the Maggie Brooklyn Mysteries
“Leslie Margolis has found the perfect mix--a city story, a tween story, and a mystery that truly keeps you guessing.” —Gordon Korman, author of The 39 Clues: The Emperor's Code and Framed, on the Maggie Brooklyn Mysteries
I really liked how it mixed fiction and nonfiction, that was pretty cool. I also liked how Monsieur O changed. People should read it. - customer