Written and illustrated by Dr Cameron Stelzer.
Paperback. 240 pages with black and white illustrations.
No one likes being stuck indoors during stormy weather –
especially not students at the School of Scallywags, and especially not on a
miserable Monday morning. But when Felicity “Flick” Foulweather reveals a
stormy secret to her classmates, boredom turns to curiosity in less time than
it takes Hook Hand Horace to say, “Shiver me secrets, there’s a mystery to
In the Scallywags’ fourth fantastic adventure, Super sleuth,
Mischief McScruff must put on his detective’s hat (or his newspaper pirate hat)
and get to the bottom of this whodunnit mystery before the secret gets out.
“Most books put me to sleep. But not this whodunnit mystery.
This book toppled off the shelf and woke me with a start. I read the first
chapter to calm my nerves, and now I can’t put it down. Stupid book for ruining
my catnap! I rate this book five-out-of-five insomniac cats.”
Felicity ‘Flick’ Foulweather
DANGER: Reading this book while sleeping may cause