In this intricate, magnificently imagined sequel to Blue Balliett’s international bestseller, Chasing Vermeer, supersleuths Petra and Calder, along with Calder’s old friend, Tommy, are cryptically drawn into another art mystery–this time involving a Frank Lloyd Wright architectural masterpiece, the Robie House.
When the kids’ sixth-grade class attempts to save the Hyde Park landmark from demolition, eerie events are reported: voices float out from within, shadows shift behind the art-glass windows, even the roof moves! Suddenly, a well-meaning art restoration project turns into a frightening search for ghosts, hidden treasure, and a coded message left behind by Wright. In this tangled web where life and art intermingle with death and danger, can the kids pursue justice and escape with their lives?
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About Blue Balliett
Blue Balliett was born in New York City and grew up playing in Central Park. She sometimes stopped at the Metropolitan Museum of Art or the Frick Museum after school, just to wander and look and think. In writing Chasing Vermeer, Blue wanted to… More about Blue Balliett
Published by Listening Library (Audio) Feb 14, 2006| 270 Minutes| Middle Grade (10 and up)| ISBN 9780307284303