The Case of the Haunted History Museum by Steve Brezenoff
(Museum Mysteries)

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Capitol City's Natural History Museum is haunted ― or at least that's what someone wants people to think. But Wilson Kipper, son of the museum's head paleontologist, knows better. When the mysterious occurrences go from spooky to dangerous, the museum is forced to close its doors. Can Wilson and his friends get to the bottom of things, or will the Natural History Museum be closed for good?
 

About Steve Brezenoff

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Steve Brezenoff is the author of the young adult novels The Absolute Value of –1, which won the IPPY (Independent Publishers Book Awards) gold medal in young adult fiction in 2011, and Brooklyn, Burning, which won the 2012 ForeWord Book of the Year gold medal in young adult fiction and the silver 2012 Moonbeam award. It was also named one of the best books of 2012 by Kirkus Reviews and included on the list of Best Fiction for Young Adults for 2012 by the American Library Association. Born on Long Island, Steve now lives in Minneapolis with his wife, Beth, and their son and daughter, Sam and Etta. His main is a Blood Elf monk, but he's been known to run a Night Elf priest from time to time. You can find Steve online at www.stevebrezenoff.com.  
 
Published March 1, 2015 by Stone Arch Books. 128 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.
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