Imogene and the Case of the Missing Pearls

In Imogene and the Case of the Missing Pearls, a day after Imogene s obnoxious step cousins pay a visit, her mother s pearls go missing When Sherlock Holmes is called in, Imogene, harboring a secret desire to become a detective, sees her chance to learn from the great Mr Holmes.
Imogene and the Case of the Missing Pearls In Imogene and the Case of the Missing Pearls a day after Imogene s obnoxious step cousins pay a visit her mother s pearls go missing When Sherlock Holmes is called in Imogene harboring a secret d

  • Title: Imogene and the Case of the Missing Pearls
  • Author: Elizabeth Varadan
  • ISBN: 9781780927589
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Imogene and the Case of the Missing Pearls”

    1. I recently reread portions of this lovely book (a gorgeous cover), as I was sending it to my granddaughter for her birthday, and decided to change my rating to 5 stars. Varadan does a great job taking us back in time to Victorian London, where we meet Imogene, a spunky ten-year-old girl with a mind of her own. Imogene is not your ladylike, perfect sit-still, do needlepoint only kind of girl. She has an inquisitive nature and plenty of ideas on how to spend a day, so when her mother's prize pearl [...]

    2. Imogene is a bright ten year old Victorian girl who dislikes piano lessons, hand-writing practice, and all the other arts that girls in the late Victorian era are expected to accomplish. She loves mysteries and avidly follows the cases of Sherlock Holmes in the newspapers. Her dreams of becoming a detective come true when Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson engage her as their assistant in solving the case of her mother’s missing pearls. Imogene keeps a diary of all her suspects, mostly household s [...]

    3. Imogene is a ten-year-old girl living in London during the Victorian era. She doesn’t care too much for her governess and her lessons, but instead loves mysteries and detective work. When her mother’s pearls go missing, people are shocked, yet this is a great time for Imogene to gain investigative skills.Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson would like Imogene to assist in finding clues related to the theft. She learns an awful lot from them since they have sharp senses for catching things most peo [...]

    4. Young Imogene lives with her parents in Victorian London. She has decided she wants to become a great detective. When her mother's string of pearls goes missing, Imogene's father calls in Sherlock Holmes to solve the case. Imogene approaches him and suggests they work together to solve this case. Holmes graciously agrees to have Imogene be his eyes and ears inside the house. They set up a way to pass information through notes. Soon, a message arrives carried by a boy named Rusty who is just Imog [...]

    5. Elizabeth Varadan has written a can't miss MG historical mystery! I thoroughly enjoyed the historical aspect, her excellent descriptions sent me back in time and the characters were engaging. I loved Imogene and hope to read more mysteries with her in them.

    6. Young Imogene lives the typical life of an middle class Victorian girl. She sees her parents primarily at "family time" and spends most of her time with the cook and the maid because her governess suffers from "headaches." Imogene doesn't like her governess because she is always finding fault and having Imogene do boring things. Imogene has ambitions. At first, she want to be a veterinarian and take care of race horses. But when a series of thefts happens, she decides that she would like to be a [...]

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