A book has been stolen and the library's been locked... Can you help to solve the case? You will need to put your skills in science, technology, engineering and maths to the test, but don't worry, the great STEM Detectives are on hand to help! If you crack the case, you could even become part of the STEM Detectives yourself. Get over to the evidence board and start investigating!
This is Book 3 in the STEM Detectives Series. See all STEM Detectives books here.
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