Washed ashore as a baby in tiny Tupelo Landing, North Carolina, Mo LoBeau, now 11, and her best friend Dale turn detective when the amnesiac Colonel, owner of a cafe and co-parent of Mo with his cook, Miss Lana, seems implicated in a murder.
Meet Mo LoBeau- natural-born detective. Mo's summer is looking good. But that's before the murder, the kidnapping, the car crash, and the hurricane. If ever there was a time for Mo to put her detective skills to work, this is it. Good thing Mo's always been lucky. 'The heroine of Sheila Turnage's Three Times Lucky is so plucky that young readers may wish she lived next door.' The Wall Street Journal 'An irresistible Southern narrator - a literary descendant of Scout Finch of To Kill a Mockingbird.' Newsday Join Mo and Dale on their next investigation!
Sheila Turnage grew up on a farm in eastern North Carolina. A graduate of East Carolina University, she authored two nonfiction books and one picture book before she started writing about Mo LoBeau and Dale. Three Times Lucky is a Newbery Honor book, a New York Times bestseller, an Edgar Award Finalist, an E. B. White Read-Aloud Honor book, and was included on seven Best Book of the Year lists. The Ghosts of Tupelo Landing, the follow-up to Three Times Lucky, has so far garnered five starred reviews. Today Sheila lives on a farm with her husband, a smart dog, a dozen chickens, and a flock of guineas.
A Newbery Honor Book An ALA Notable Book A Best Book of the Year: Newsday, Wall Street Journal, James Patterson's Read Kiddo Read List, Booklist, Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, Bookpage An Edgar Award Nominee An E.B. White Read-Aloud Honor book A SIBA young adult award winner A YALSA Teens' Top Ten Nominee A Booklist Top 10 Crime Fiction for Youth Multiple State Award Lists Four starred reviews Praise for Three Times Lucky
"A wickedly awesome tale...Mo LoBeau is destined to become a standout character in children's fiction."--Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"An irresistible Southern narrator--a literary descendant of Scout Finch of To Kill a Mockingbird."--Top 12 Children's books of 2012, Newsday
"Turnage's lively novel features a distinctive voice and a community of idiosyncratic characters."--Booklist, starred review
"Spunky and hilarious, eleven-year-old Mo LoBeau is one of my newest favorite heroines. Three Times Lucky will make everyone want to ride his or her own hurricane all the way to Tupelo Landing, just to join the fun."--Ingrid Law, Newbery Honor-winning author of Savvy
"A dandy mystery...Humor sweetens the mix, making Tupelo Landing a pleasant place to stay for a spell."--Horn Book
"Mo's deadpan colloquial narration is robust and often humorous...Mystery lovers and fans of titles like Di Camillo's Because of Winn-Dixie or Klise's Grounded will definitely want to set a spell with Mo."--Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"The heroine of Sheila Turnage's Three Times Lucky is so plucky that young readers may wish she lived next door."--Wall Street Journal
"This book will leave readers hoping for more books about Mo and her gang."--School Library Journal
"Colonel!" I cried. The Colonel opened his long arms and scooped me in. Miss Lana says hugging the Colonel''s like hugging a turning plow, but I like the scrawny steel of his muscles and the jutting angles of his bones. "I thought you''d still be in bed, resting," I said. He tightened the belt of his green plaid robe I gave him for Christmas the year I turned six. "Dale told me you had a stranger," he said, eyeing Starr. I pointed. "That''s Joe Starr," I whispered. "He''s a lawman." Everyone in the caf
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