Hannah West in Deep Water

Hannah West in Deep Water Hannah West may look like any other funky artistic street smart Seattle twelve year old but there s to her than meets the eye In addition to being a detective adopted and having a sixth sense for

  • Title: Hannah West in Deep Water
  • Author: Linda Johns
  • ISBN: 9780142407004
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hannah West may look like any other funky, artistic, street smart Seattle twelve year old, but there s to her than meets the eye In addition to being a detective, adopted, and having a sixth sense for bus schedules, Hannah s also homeless, a fact that she and her single mom deal with by moving from one house sitting job to the next This time, they re taking care ofHannah West may look like any other funky, artistic, street smart Seattle twelve year old, but there s to her than meets the eye In addition to being a detective, adopted, and having a sixth sense for bus schedules, Hannah s also homeless, a fact that she and her single mom deal with by moving from one house sitting job to the next This time, they re taking care of a houseboat on the tranquil waters of Lake Washington Before long, someone starts making waves, and before you can blink an eye, Hannah West is on the case Hannah s not sure who is dumping chemicals in the water or why but one thing s for sure if Hannah doesn t get to the bottom of things soon, they ll all be in deep water

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      Published :2019-05-21T18:41:12+00:00

    About "Linda Johns"

    1. Linda Johns

      Librarian at the Seattle Public Library s downtown library in the Fiction Department and a children s book author.

    592 thoughts on “Hannah West in Deep Water”

    1. This was a buddy-read with my 10-year-old grand niece who received an autographed copy of this paperback from a friend. My niece was never captivated at all by the storyline. Maybe the book is more fully appreciated on a regional (Seattle, WA) basis. As an adult reader I enjoyed the information on Archipelago of Tui Tui and also the brief history of Interlaken Park. I was somewhat puzzled with the sprinkle of branding throughout the novel (i.e TalkingRain bottle, Nalgene water bottles from REI, [...]


    2. This book is written by a local author who just happens to work at SPL. It is a short chapter book involving a local tween sleuth who is house sitting on Portage Bay with her mom on a house boat. The mystery involves polluting the water, who would do such a thing? The main character was born in China, but was adopted as a baby by her single mom and now lives in Seattle. Good characters, good environmental stuff, definite tween appeal, even younger, and it is in a series. Definitely would recomme [...]


    3. This is a mid-grade mystery series starring 12 year-old Hannah West. Hannah and her mother would be homeless if it wasn't for their job: house-sitting. In this book the mother and daughter are living on a houseboat in Portage Bay where a television crew are shooting a movie. Things get mysterious when dead fish start to appear in the water and Hannah goes into sleuth mode


    4. I read this for my chapter book week in my reading class water week. This book wasn't my favorite, but it was okay. I loved the idea of incorporating the issue of water pollution into this book, but I thought it was done rather tacky. I won't be reading this book again soon.






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