Giveaway! Baker Street Academy: Sherlock Holmes and the Disappearing Diamond

Sam Hearn

John Watson has barely settled into his new school, Baker Street Academy, when his teacher announces a trip to one of London’s top museums, home to the world’s most famous jewel. But it’s been stolen! When police catch the thief it seems the case is closed. Can Sherlock Holmes uncover the mystery behind this extraordinary gem?

We have three copies of this fabulous sounding book to giveaway to our lovely followers!

This is the perfect book for those children who love mysterious books, it’s a graphic novel so it’s also great for those who struggle to read long blocks of text.

It’s exciting and thrilling and will keep them turning the page. Can they figure it out before the great Sherlock Holmes himself?

To enter the giveaway all you need to do is comment below with your favourite mystery book!

Winners will be contacted via e-mail and will have 28 days to respond with their address.

Good luck!

Publisher: Scholastic
Publication Date: October 2016
Format: Hardback
Pages: 160
Genre: Mystery
Age: MG
Reviewer: Faye
Source: Provided by publisher
Challenge: British book
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21 Responses

  1. Mark Palmer says:

    The Sherlock Holmes stories

  2. Jackie ONeill says:

    Any of the Famous Five books!

  3. Ann-Marie Gould says:

    We love reading The Roman mysteries by Caroline Lawrence- the kids love a good mystery read

  4. Jo Carroll says:

    Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie…can’t wait to see the new movie too. x

  5. Carol De says:

    The Secret of the Old Clock – Nancy Drew

  6. Florencr says:

    Skullduggery pleasant

  7. Richard Tyler says:

    The Girl on the Train

  8. Sarah Rees says:

    I enjoyed reading the famous five when I was younger – does that count?

  9. leanne weir says:

    the big sleep

  10. Ellie says:

    My favourite mystery book is SHADOWS OF THE SILVER SCREEN by Christopher Edge. I find his name funny, because his story put me on the EDGE of my seat. The story was amazing and it gave you a bit of a history lesson as well. I loved this book because it wasn’t entirely focused around the mystery part. It is a great book.

  11. Pat Healy says:

    Any agatha Christie

  12. steph lovatt says:

    My daughter likes Doctor Who books

  13. Patricia Avery says:

    The Hound of the Baskervilles

  14. Solange says:

    A Crime in the Neighborhood by Suzanne Berne

    • Caroline says:

      Congratulations Solange, you have been selected using to receive Sherlock Homes and the Disappearing Diamond!
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  15. claire little says:

    any James Patterson book.

  16. Colin Hindley says:

    The Maze of Bones (The 39 Clues, #1)
    by Rick Riordan

  17. Sarah Parker says:

    nancy drew

  18. Rachel King says:

    The Five Find-Outters

  19. Ruben says:

    “Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes”, by Maria Konnikova

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