The Great Shelby Holmes and the Coldest Case

The Great Shelby Holmes and the Coldest Case

Acclaimed author Elizabeth Eulberg continues her hilarious middle-grade twist on Sherlock Holmes as detective duo Shelby and Watson tackle their trickiest case yet - going undercover...as figure skaters! Being friends with a super sleuth isn't easy, especially when she's nine years old, four feet tall, and full of attitude. But for eleven-year-old John Watson, being friends Acclaimed author Elizabeth Eulberg continues her hilarious middle-grade twist on Sherlock Holmes as detective duo She...

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Title:The Great Shelby Holmes and the Coldest Case
Author:Elizabeth Eulberg
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:1681190575
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:224 pages pages

The Great Shelby Holmes and the Coldest Case Reviews

  • katayoun Masoodi
    May 19, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Sarah Sammis
    Sep 24, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

  • Shari
    Nov 25, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

  • KP
    Sep 27, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

  • Janna
    Feb 22, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Doni
    Nov 06, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Sarah
    Oct 16, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Shari
    Sep 07, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

  • Hapsari Darmastuti
    Mar 26, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Jen Petro-Roy
    Oct 03, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

  • Jenny
    Feb 04, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Jennifer Rummel
    Dec 03, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • BookChic Club
    Feb 28, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Kat
    Sep 05, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Wensday
    Apr 02, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Caitlin
    Sep 11, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

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  • Bloomsbury Publishing Australia
    Feb 04, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • JoyAnn
    Apr 28, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Lisa D
    Jan 23, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Saša
    Mar 01, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Amanda
    May 25, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Laura
    Jan 22, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Maria Zehr
    Sep 17, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Theresa
    Mar 14, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Dodo Nabil
    Jun 06, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Alisha
    Apr 02, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Kris Cram
    Sep 18, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Baker St Shelves
    Sep 20, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

  • Nancy Coston
    Oct 07, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Colleen
    Sep 22, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

  • Douvonté
    Feb 06, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Emma
    Jul 02, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Kimberly Brantley Brown
    Apr 06, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

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  • Annaliese
    Sep 27, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Melanie
    Oct 01, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Karen
    Oct 16, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Alanna
    May 09, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Kerry
    May 15, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Audrey Lovell
    Jun 12, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Alexander Rutan
    Jan 16, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • YAYOMG
    Jan 23, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Alyson
    Feb 12, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Anna
    Apr 16, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Priya Shah
    Jan 28, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • Deb Aronson
    Sep 07, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

  • Anna Barnes
    May 08, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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  • yara
    Feb 01, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Cailyn Myers
    Nov 29, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • John
    Sep 16, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Morgan
    Jan 31, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Vania Wardhani
    Mar 10, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Alana
    Apr 06, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Alyssa
    May 05, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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  • Jen
    Sep 06, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

  • Ekb1234
    Mar 13, 2018

    Eulberg continues to adapt Sherlock Holmes for middle graders, making her mysteries complex and compelling but set in situations relevant to modern middle schoolers. http://www.pussreboots.com/blog/2018/... ...

    " I started with Latin since all the romance languages- Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese- come from it." - Shelby Holmes Playing my tune. This book is the third installment of the Shelby Holmes series, and it holds its own quite nicely. Eleven-year-olds Shelby Holmes and John Wa...

    I really love this series! Sherlock Holmes adaptations are fun, but the twist of Sherlock being a little girl named Shelby is my favorite! Shelby and her 221 Baker Street neighbor, John Watson, are the perfect middle-grade crime-solving duo. John is steady and friendly, balancing out S...

    Holmes and Watson are back again with another adventure. Someone is threatening several competitive figure skaters with seemingly random ciphers and the young detectives are hired to solve it. Right away this is definitely an homage to The Dancing Men story from Doyle, but just like w...

    The main thing I want to comment on is Shelby's choice of undercover names for her and Watson. While I thought it was cute what the author did for I really enjoy the Sherlock Holmes movie remake with these actors, I also did mental face-palm, because it was borderline corny! I wonder w...

    I didn?t have much hope for this book. It was a mystery series book, the third book.I couldn?t solve the mystery. Usually, I can figure it out in a couple of chapters. This book had all the elements of a mystery, suspects, clues, red herrings. There were also other issues, divorce,...

    This series is so charming and sweet. But my favourite bit in this book is Shelby realizing she has been a bit of a bully and saying that she'll try to do better. I don't like it when Holmeses are mean and awful and cruel, and while Shelby is no where near the worst Holmes I've ever re...

    These characters are great fun and the cipher is a very clever device. ...

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    These books are so cute and so well done. ...

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