- By Nancy K. Lodge Editorial Kolima

Mona Lisa's Ghost

  • Title: Mona Lisa's Ghost
  • Author: Nancy K. Lodge Editorial Kolima
  • ISBN: 9780996088541
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mona Lisa s Ghost During a class video about Leonardo da Vinci Lucy Nightingale and her best friend Sam Winter see something terrible happening inside the Mona Lisa A purple storm engulfs the once sunny landscape l

    During a class video about Leonardo da Vinci, Lucy Nightingale and her best friend, Sam Winter, see something terrible happening inside the Mona Lisa A purple storm engulfs the once sunny landscape, lightning rips the sky, and letters float in Lisa s left eye Sam believes that a molecule destroying syndrome is destroying the painting When it mysteriously vanishes from tDuring a class video about Leonardo da Vinci, Lucy Nightingale and her best friend, Sam Winter, see something terrible happening inside the Mona Lisa A purple storm engulfs the once sunny landscape, lightning rips the sky, and letters float in Lisa s left eye Sam believes that a molecule destroying syndrome is destroying the painting When it mysteriously vanishes from the Louvre, Lucy and Sam embark on a harrowing adventure that takes her into the phantom infested catacombs under Paris, through unexplored rivers deep within the earth, and back in time to ask Leonardo da Vinci for an important favor This is a mystery that would stun the world if the facts were made public.

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    1. Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa is missing from the Louvre. Sixth graders, Lucy Nightengale, and her genius friend, Sam Winter, investigate the heist by following a trail of clues starting with tiny letters painted inside Mona Lisa’s eye ball. Lucy is a fearless, wide-eyed hero, and Sam is the perfect sidekick, whose scientific knowledge and inventions render her peevish, all the while making it possible for her to achieve the impossible. Along the way, we learn interesting details about paint [...]

    2. This is a brilliant book, beautifully written. Witty, perceptive and spectacularly imaginative, it is the story of how Lucy Nightingale gave Lisa Gherardini her smile back. In it, the real and the unreal, the impossible and the possible, all take place at the same time. If that doesn’t unclog your perception lattices, nothing will. Anyone who has read my review of Ms Lodge’s first book about Lucy and Wilbur – The Crystal Navigator – will know that I am a fan of her work for a bunch of ve [...]

    3. Following her first in the Lucy Nightingale adventure series and the sequel to The Crystal Navigator, art historian, Nancy Kunhardt Lodge with her Mona Lisa's Ghost takes readers on a thoroughly researched mesmerizing and magical journey incorporating a mix of art history, time-travel fantasy, communication across time, reincarnation, high tech devices, science, and the mystery of the tiny numbers and letters painted into the eyes of Leonardo da Vinci's 500-year-old Renaissance masterpiece, the [...]

    4. readersfavorite/book-reviReviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' FavoriteMona Lisa's Ghost: Lucy Nightingale, Book 2 is a science fiction and fantasy novel for children and preteens written by Nancy Kunhardt Lodge. Who stole the Mona Lisa from its secure location in the Louvre, leaving no traces of the theft? Lucy Nightingale and her science-geek best friend, Sam Winter, formed the SLARP, otherwise known as Sam and Lucy’s Anomalies Research Project, to solve exactly this kind of mystery. Lucy had [...]

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