Sherlock Sam And The Sinister Letters In Bras Basah

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An exciting new update of the classic Sherlock Holmes detective stories in which Sherlock is a 10-year-old kid living in Singapore and Watson is his trusty robot companion!Introducing the SHERLOCK SAM series by A.J. Low—a fresh, cross-cultural twist on the classic Sherlock Holmes stories, tailored for middle-grade readers. Set in iconic Singapore locations, the series follows the mystery-solving e...

Age Range: 7 - 12 years
Grade Level: 2 - 7
Lexile Measure: 730
Series: Sherlock Sam (Book 3)
Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing (February 14, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1449479758
ISBN-13: 978-1449479756
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 941126
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This is the third book in the five book Sherlock Sam series, and if anything the books are getting better. We get less of Watson the goofy robot, who never quite worked for me. (He had too many high end capabilities and too much personality for a kid...



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smart, observant, food-loving 10-year-old Samuel Tan Cher Lock (a.k.a. Sherlock Sam), Watson, his reluctant robot sidekick, and the rest of the Supper Club (a “Scooby Doo gang,” of sorts) as they prove that mysteries are best solved through teamwork.In Sherlock Sam and the Sinister Letters in Bras Basah, our kid detective and his robot are all ready to begin studying at a new international school in Singapore. But when another student begins receiving sinister letters from an anonymous source, Sherlock Sam must use his super powers of deduction to help his new friend.Praise:“A promising adventure series with Super Sleuth Sherlock Sam! His insatiable appetite to sample Singapore’s popular foods and never-give-up attitude to solving mysteries will keep readers glued till the last page.”—Adeline Foo, author of the bestselling series The Diary of Amos Lee“A thrilling kid’s detective romp in the grand tradition of Famous Five, with a lovable robot and delicious Peranakan food!”—Otto Fong, author of Sir Fong’s Adventures In Science“Sherlock Sam and Watson are set to become one of Singapore’s favourite detective duos! Sam’s preoccupation with food struck a familiar chord with the Singaporean in me and Watson’s deadpan one-liners had me laughing out loud. What afun-filled, food-filled adventure story! This is a delicious read that will certainly warm your heart like a good serving of ayam buah keluak!”—Emily Lim, award-winning author of Tibby, the Tiger Bunny and Prince Bear & Pauper Bear“Watson is a delightful creation. He follows a rich line of great robot companions from Star War’s R2D2 to Star Trek’s Data; no detective should leave home without one!”—Sonny Liew, Eisner-nominated author of Malinky Robot“A genius kid detective would be good. A genius kid detective with a wise-acre robot sidekick is even better. Add a wicked sense of humor and you’ve one of the sharpest, funniest books you’ll read all year.”—Hal Johnson, author of Immortal Lycanthropes“This book will definitely draw you in with its twists and turns that will leave you guessing with each turn of the page who the culprits are. There are also many funny lines from Watson that will cause you to burst out in laughter.”—Seow Kai Lun, ?Singapore's Child“A clever, entertaining and funny children's novel...a promising start to a new book series [with] bold and whimsical illustrations by drewscape”—Tina Gan, Red Dot Diva“This debut local novel is rich (in local references) and satisfying (as a mystery story).”—Stephani Yeo, Young Parents“BOTH boys were clamouring to read the book first, so I was left with no choice but to read the book TOGETHER with the both of them...I found it to be utterly captivating enough to make me want to complete the book in one sitting...the localized dialogue is hilariously tongue-in-cheek and the book's subtle appeal to a child's instinct for the mysterious proved to be just what kept both Ash and Ayd deeply intrigued.”—Kelvin Ang, Cheekiemonkies“A.J. Low have created an intriguing tale which would keep young readers eager to find out what happens next, while subtly documenting old-school landmarks such as Chin Mee Chin Confectionery and Katong Antique House. Looks set to be a betseller.”—Clara Chow, My Paper“I like this book because it leaves you with questions in your mind which make you want to keep reading.”—Greta Roberts, 9, in Expat Living Singapore