Are you ready for adventure? The first book in a new action-packed series from bestselling author Raj Haldar follows two best friends as they race to different parts of the world to solve mysteries and uncover lost treasures!
It's a Super Saturday sleepover! That means best friends Eddie and Molly-Jean (who prefers to be called MJ) are going to play outside, create obstacle courses for MJ's newts, and watch their favorite movies—and then they'll travel to India to solve a mystery and help save a school—all before bedtime!
This action-packed mystery story is perfect for anyone looking for:
Magically travel around the world along with two best friends who decipher clues and uncover mysterious secrets. Can you help them find the golden key?
"Reminiscent of Mary Pope Osborne's "Magic Tree House" series…contains the same mix of fantasy, adventure, and cultural discovery. Etymology is the distinctive feature here, and its importance is reflected in every part of the text."—School Library Journal, starred review
Better known by his stage name Lushlife, Raj Haldar is an American rapper, composer, and producer from Philadelphia, PA. He’s also the #1 New York Times bestselling author of P Is for Pterodactyl. Connect with him on Twitter @lushlifemedia.
Neha Rawat is a children's book illustrator from India and a grand prize winner of the SCBWI Summer Spectacular Portfolio Showcase 2020. She worked as a software engineer for 5 years before freelancing as an artist and creating custom illustrations, comics, and merchandise and eventually moving to children's books. In her spare time, Neha can be found petting, booping and belly rubbing dogs. Connect with her on instagram @NRBstudio.in
"A fast-paced mystery… reminiscent of Mary Pope Osborne’s "Magic Tree House" series…. Etymology is the distinctive feature here, and its importance is reflected in every part of the text. The cultural awareness implicit in the book’s themes is reflected in the diversity of its characters as portrayed in both text and illustrations. The work as a whole feels very child centered, and is likely to appeal to a broad range of readers. This winning series opener is full of fun and facts." — School Library Journal, STARRED review
"The characters are likable and realistic... and the reader is guaranteed a happy ending." — School Library Connection
"Fast-paced and fun, this word-lovers adventure will immerse growing readers in both a puzzling mystery and the origin of English words that come from India." — Imagination Soup