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William & the Missing Masterpiece The Mona Cheesa Painting Is Missing, And Only Cat Detective William Can Solve The Crime Debonair Cat Detective William Finds Himself At The Center Of A Mysterious Theft When The Mona Cheesa Is Stolen From A Parisian Gallery Can William Put The Clues Together And Solve The Crime Fans Of Helen Hancocks S Penguin In Peril Won T Be Disappointed In This Hilarious Tale Of Cat And Mouse.


10 thoughts on “William & the Missing Masterpiece

  1. says:

    Although I didn t like this one quite as much as Penguin in Peril, I still enjoyed it After all, it features William, a very smart and observant cat, and an art related mystery that has a pun or two The book s pencil and gouache illustrations are lively and will bring smiles to readers lips When a famous painting goes missing, William is quick to go to work finding out who is responsible for the theft I enjoyed watching William follow his suspect, but didn t really care for his side trip to Although I didn t like this one quite as much as Penguin in Peril, I still enjoyed it After all, it features William, a very smart and observant cat, and an art related mystery that has a pun or two The book s pencil and gouache illustrations are lively and will bring smiles to readers lips When a famous painting goes missing,...


  2. says:

    I read a description of Helen Hancocks work as being ostensibly for children which strikes me as a very appropriate description I loved this book and giggled my way though it William is dashing with a hint of Inspector Clouseau The plot is somewhere between a Cary Grant movie and an episode of Scooby Doo Dry wit and cheese puns abound.Of course, this means that even though you ll find this on the picture book shelves, and it is filled with bright joyful pictures that kids will like, there I read a description of Helen Hancocks work as being ostensibly for children which strikes me as a very appropriate description I loved this book and giggled my way though it William is dashing with a hint of Inspector Clouseau The plot is somewhere between a Cary Grant movie and an episode of Scooby Doo Dry ...


  3. says:

    Loved the wordplay in this story


  4. says:

    Tr s dr le Slightly too wordy for my usual storytimes, but would work well with older preschoolers or elementary age kids.


  5. says:

    This is a favorite for both my 5 and 3 year old


  6. says:

    William was sent on a mission to Paris to help investigate the missing piece of art, Mona Cheesa He started to investigate around Paris and sound a suspicious person He followed him around Paris William was invited to an art award at a cheese festival were the first prize was a years supply of cheese He got to the art gallery and there was a late entry, which looked familiar to William It was the Mona Cheesa but in disguise They stopped the mystery man and it was loads of mice dressed up a William was sent on a mission to Paris to help investigate the missing piece of art, Mona Cheesa He started to investigate around Paris and sound a suspicious person He followed him around Paris William was invited to an art award at...


  7. says:

    William the Missing Masterpiece Helen Hancocks William bears a startling resemblance to our own reading buddy, Calder Alexander Eno, who is a very big cat He d be even taller than William , I think, were he to start walking about on his hind legs William is trying to solve a mystery about an art heist during the Cheese festival Calder is mysterious and is n...


  8. says:

    Libro per bambini gradevolissimo, storia semplice e immediata dal finale meno scontato di quel che si direbbe Mi hanno steso le illustrazioni, con la chicca dei quadri famosi riadattati al mondo felino, e la quarta di coper...


  9. says:

    Fantasy 2014 This is an excellent book to share with kids The main character is a cat named William who needs to find the missing Mona Cheesa The story is humorous for children and adults The story has clues within the pages to try and lead you to guessing who stole the painting which I really enjoy...


  10. says:

    Had been meaning to pick this up for a while I have a soft spot for children s books about art or set in museums art galleries or libraries I liked the colourful, expressive illustrations, the setting in Paris and the clues scattered throughout which ...