Stuart Gibbs - 'Panda-Monium' (Launch Party/TIME CHANGE!)
Time change due to flight change!
Stuart Gibbs has many beloved ongoing mystery series: Spy School, FunJungle, and Moon Base Alpha. He visits us for the first time on Tuesday, April 4, at 4:30 pm for Panda-monium, fourth in the FunJungle series. It's the day Panda-monium is published - time for a launch party! More mystery comes to FunJungle as Li Ping, the zoo's anxiously-awaited panda, goes missing from the truck transporting her. The FBI is investigating, but Teddy Fitzroy, as FunJungle’s resident sleuth, gets drawn into the case. Who's going to be left bamboo-zled? Ages 8+.
"Gibbs never scrimps on creating belly-laughing hullabaloo ... Interweaving animal facts (pandas can produce 50 pounds of poop per day) into his plot, the author seamlessly inspires compassion and urgency on behalf of species endangered due to lack of habitat and exotic animal trafficking." - Kirkus Review
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Twelve-year-old Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt Fitzroy has murder on his hands and trouble on his tail. He believes that Henry, the hippopotamus at the brand-new FunJungle, has been murdered. The zoo's top brass claim the hippo went belly up the natural way, but Teddy and his feisty friend Summer McCraken have other ideas. Could the culprit be FunJungle's animal-hating head of operations?
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