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Max Booth Future Sleuth Book 2

Selfie Search

(7 customer reviews)
Authors: Cameron Macintosh Illustrator: Dave Atze
Children, Sci Fi, Adventure, Mystery
153mm x 213mm

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There’s a new sleuth in town – he’s fun, funny, and very 2424!

Max has been handed an ancient mobile phone. It’s from the year 2017, which makes it more than 400 years old! What’s more, it’s full of photos – all of the same person.

Max and Oscar learn that the photos hold a secret that could lead them to fame and fortune. But the secret gets out, and Max and Oscar face the fight of their lives to keep their discovery safe from some very greedy hands …

Cameron Macintosh

Cameron Macintosh

Cameron Macintosh was born in Melbourne and has lived there ever since, apart from overseas backpacking jaunts whenever he’s been able to fund them. He studied Psychology and Italian at Melbourne University, and Professional Writing at RMIT. Since then, he has written more than 80 books for primary and early secondary students. He has also […]

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Dave Atze

Dave Atze

This is the story of an ordinary boy… when he was a kid everyone thought he was quite odd. Always drawing quirky things and talking in funny voices while he drew. Until one day he stumbled across a weird looking pencil stuck in a sharpener. On the sharpener it read: whomever pulleth this pencil from […]

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7 reviews for Max Booth Future Sleuth Book 2

  1. Max Booth Future Sleuth is a marvellous junior fiction series about orphan boy Max Booth and his robot dog Oscar.

  2. Terrific Blog with Romi Sharp @Boomerang Books on Cameron Macintoshs new sci-fi series for kids. Illustrated by the very clever @Dave Atze
    Set in 2424, it is a comically suspenseful story that sees Max and Oscar in all sorts of strife…
    Dave Atze’s illustrations are humorous, energetic and befittingly shrewd.
    Romi Sharp

  3. “This is a fun and fast-moving series packed with action.” – KBR

  4. “A fun and futuristic junior fiction series kids will love.”

  5. Offers something fresh and fun. Besides the interesting world-building, there is plenty of humour and action throughout the novel to keep readers engaged and giggling, plus a resident “baddie” who Max and his robo-pal have to thwart and evade. The book also deals with themes of family, friendship, resourcefulness, resilience, perseverance, and doing the right thing.

  6. “I think that [Selfie Search] is a good book with a lot of imagination. It’s funny and exotic and a book that I would read again! It also encourages me to use my imagination and think outside the box.

  7. I think these novels would be great to use with a class when discussing historical artefacts. This is an easy to read book that has lots of adventure and action. I enjoyed the descriptions of Max’s modern world and the fun the author had with the statue’s character, the major, Nicole Squidman – a famous actor who won lots of awards. Author Cameron MacIntosh’s background is in educational texts and he has written over 80 books.
    The larger text and cartoon style illustrations will appeal to young, independent readers in years 3 to 6.

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