SuperQuesters: The Case of the Great Energy Robbery


Lisa Moss, Dr Thomas Bernard & Amy Willcox


Discover your inner superhero in the further adventures of the intrepid SUPERQUESTERS! Ada Twist, Scientist meets PJ Masks in this unique, interactive adventure book series expertly designed to develop children’s STEM skills in immersive ways never done before. When Leo’s mum challenges Leo, Lilli and Bea to figure out how to power a model airplane using a special biofuel that can be made from an ingredient in their very own garden, the trio start investigating and return to Questland in search of a solution. Upon arrival, they discover that the evil Lord Grumble is up to his dastardly tricks, stealing energy throughout Questland from the sun, wind, water, animals and crops, and sending it back to his secret hideout on Black Rock Island.

Adventure and excitement await as the friends work together to crack this latest case, while defeating Lord Grumble and his pesky Snapettes. This unique interactive story with hands-on activities is expertly designed in line with the Key Stage 1 Computing, Maths and Science National Curriculum to help children develop their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) skills in innovative new ways. Children develop over 13 STEM skills including problem solving, coding, sequencing and algorithms as they complete each interactive quest…

and discover their inner superhero along the way. Motivating and empowering, each book features over 100 reusable stickers including magical charm rewards and a reward chart to help children mark their progress and celebrate success. To support grown-ups, spark children’s curiosity and bring the adventure further to life there’s a ‘how to use this book’ guide, glossary and answer page, plus free additional hands-on activities and further learning resources to download at: www.questfriendz.comIf you’re a superhero enthusiast, love learning through play or enjoy books such as Ada Twist, Scientist, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, Look Up! and the Fantastically Great Women series, you’ll LOVE this! It’s time to Read, Quest, Learn!Also available in the series: SuperQuesters: The Case of the Missing Memory – Shortlisted for The Week Junior Book Awards 2023: Children’s Book of the Year – STEM categorySuperQuesters: The Case of the Stolen SunSuperQuesters: The Case of the Angry Sea – coming in 2024’A sure fire hit at home or at school and a brilliant example of learning though play!’ – Joy Court, LoveReading editorial expert?A fun, interactive book for inquisitive minds?- Konnie Huq, STEM advocate and author of Cookie and the Most Annoying Boy in the World?I loved it because it was adventurous, magical and it made learning fun!?-”Another fun and inclusive STEM adventure to get little coders thinking and tapping into their problem-solving skills!” – Rashmi Sirdeshpande, author of Never Teach a Stegosaurus To Do Sums?I loved it!…creative, eye-catching, thought provoking and interactive?- Dr Jo Montgomery, Dr Jo Science’Buckle up for a mind expanding, brain boggling adventure…this book is guaranteed to ignite a quest for knowledge in even the most reluctant scholar’- WRD Magazine’The blend of storytelling, STEM and interesting activities is genius?my class absolutely loved it!’- Erin Lyn Hamilton, children?s librarian and book blogger’This is a book I wish I had had when I was young.

Perfect for reluctant readers and makes a perfect addition to any lower primary school classroom or library.’- SLA School Librarian of the Year 2018, Emma Suffield


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