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Join Inspector Buddy from Scotland Yard as he sets out to solve a mystery at Palace Street School! Headmaster Harris and the teachers are worried because their students are sad and lonely. Inspector Buddy searches the school for clues and realizes they need to find a solution for bullying! Find out how the charismatic inspector reveals the "Buddy Bench" as a concrete solution to school bullying by demonstrating how to use it without teacher or parent interaction. A perfect school-wide read and "self-help" book for elementary and middle school students. A timeless, book to complement a Buddy Bench and anti-bullying program initiative. To reinforce friendships and bullying, The Mystery at Palace Street School Coloring Book with high-quality images is also available.
This delightful coloring book reinforces anti-bullying and the importance of friendships for young children: Enjoy these companion images (workbook) to reinforce anti-bullying and the importance of friendships at a preschool, daycare, 4K, or 5K classroom. A perfect companion to the easily implemented book, The Princess Poppy Mystery that includes a practical comprehensive plan for teachers and administrators! Do you need a Bunny Bench as a way to promote friendships at your preschool, daycare, 4K, or 5K school? Have you been searching for a concrete method to solve bullying issues? Your school playground may have a bench that could be easily labeled, The Bunny Bench! Please see our other book with the charismatic character, Inspector Buddy, The Mystery at Palace Street School. This book includes a comprehensive Buddy Bench plan for bullying and friendships students of all ages. The companion coloring book, The Palace Street School Coloring Book reinforces the important concepts from the book!
Henry Spearman, the balding economics professor with a knack for solving crimes, returns in The Mystery of the Invisible Hand—a clever whodunit of campus intrigue, stolen art, and murder. Having just won the Nobel Prize, Spearman accepts an invitation to lecture at Monte Vista University. He arrives in the wake of a puzzling art heist with plans to teach a course on art and economics—only to be faced with the alleged suicide of womanizing artist-in-residence Tristan Wheeler. When it becomes clear that Wheeler had serious enemies and a murderer is in their midst, Henry Spearman is on the case. Was Wheeler killed by a jilted lover, a cuckolded husband, or a beleaguered assistant? Could there have been a connection between Wheeler's marketability and his death? From the Monte Vista campus in San Antonio to the halls of Sotheby's in New York, Spearman traces the connections between economics and the art world, finding his clues in monopolies and the Coase conjecture, auction theory, and the work of Adam Smith. What are the parallels between a firm’s capital and an art museum’s collection? What does the market say about art’s authenticity versus its availability? And what is the mysterious "death effect" that lies at the heart of the case? Spearman must rely on his savviest economic insights to clear up this artful mystery and pin down a killer.
Author : George W. M. Reynolds
ISBN : EAN:4064066059415
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 53.2 MB
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