And Then There Were Gnomes by Colleen AF Venable
(Guinea Pig, Pet Shop Private Eye)

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Sasspants, PI(G), the world's fluffiest detective, is back on the case―or she will be, if her sidekick Hamisher can convince her there's really a mystery afoot. Hamisher has made up so many stories, Sasspants doesn't believe him. But one by one the mice in Mr. Venezi's pet shop are going missing, and all the spooky clues point to...a ghost! Once our shaggy Sherlocks start digging for answers, they will stop at nothing to ferret out the truth!

About Colleen AF Venable

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Colleen AF Venable lives in New York City and her day job is designing graphic novels for First Second Books while her night job is writing graphic novels about a not-so-imaginary-anymore hyperactive hamster named Hamisher.Stephanie Yue grew up in the United States, China, and Hong-Kong, and went to New York to study illustration. Currently, she lives in Providence, Rhoda Island, and spends her days drawing, practicing kung fu, and making stuff.
Published November 1, 2013 by Graphic Universe TM. 47 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Nature & Wildlife, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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Mr. Venezi is nearsighted and clueless, though not neglectful) loves being a sidekick, and he comes up with so many fake mysteries that Sasspants doesn’t believe him when he has a real one.

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A mystery soon becomes clear as pet mice are disappearing, and the pet store owner, along with some of the animals, is convinced there's a ghost on the prowl.

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For much of September, Hunger Action Month, Liz Murray, author of Breaking Night: A Memoir of Forgiveness, Survival, and My Journey from Homeless to Harvard (Hyperion), has conducted a "book tour turned bus tour on a mission."

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