There Is Music in All Things (Pompom & Gitta Detectives, #2)

There Is Music in All Things (Pompom & Gitta Detectives, #2) Gitta And Her Friend Pompom Are Into A New Adventure The Violinist, Herr Kadinsky, Has Become A Good Friend And Invites The Two Girls And Gitta S Mother On A Concert Tour To The Czech Republic They Meet A Glamorous Lady Who Makes Pompom S Clever Detective Nose Itch Why Does Pompom Dislike This Lady Attaching Herself To The Small Group Of Travelers Is No Reason For Suspicion Or Is It Why, For Instance, Does Her Husband Never Speak And What Is Her Reason For Meeting A Dangerous Looking Man In Secret And How Come Precious Objects Vanish Where She Appears These Are The Questions Pompom Wishes To Investigate But Her Curiosity Is Not Welcome And Puts Her And Gitta In Danger Of Being Kidnapped Will Pompom Solve The Puzzles And Extricate Herself And Gitta Before They Are Shipped Off To A Czech Orphanage

Author Agnes Maria Trifontaine Agi was born in war torn Aachen, Germany A creative and introspective child, she began her writing career at the age of 10 as a means of entertaining herself and making sense of her surroundings.First published in 1964, Agi introduced to the children of Germany a series of junior detective stories featuring the fearless Pompom and stoic Gitta As this charming duo

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  • Paperback
  • 72 pages
  • There Is Music in All Things (Pompom & Gitta Detectives, #2)
  • Agnes Maria Trifontaine
  • English
  • 24 August 2017
  • 9781441500212

5 thoughts on “There Is Music in All Things (Pompom & Gitta Detectives, #2)

  1. says:

    I won this in a goodreads contest The Author sent the five books in the series There is Music in All Things Stradivari Don t Grow on TreesThe VenetianTiara Arrest That GhostThe Princess KimonoI cant say enough about these books They are very very good They remind me a lot of the Nancy Drew mysteries but for a younger child Also Sasha s drawings for the Princess Kimono are extremely talented.

  2. says:

    1.poirot reviewed There is Music in All Things A MysteryAn excellent mystery for children September 1, 2009A delightful book, it is full of surprises The heroines are bright eyed and smart One of the two sees herself as an A I detective and proves that she is She has a nose for the fishy as her friend says Together, the two girls solve the mystery of stolen Czech art treasures It is the second book in a series which, I hope, will continue.An added bonus is the expertise of the writer in describing cultural backgrounds, different for each book.2.L Pfohl reviewed Stradivari Don t Grow on Trees1 of 1 people found the following helpful An Exciting Read for Children December 13, 2008If you re looking for a new children s mystery book that isn t part of a giant series, try this one The book is short and manageable for any young reader, and refreshingly doesn t include any of that unnecessary gore, but contains all of the excitement and suspense a good mystery for youngsters should have The characters are charming, and serve as good role models for young children Additionally, this book has the educational value of a cultural adventure, and the occasional German words and expressions interwoven for quick and easy learning

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