Don’t let anyone know the paintings are alive. Thirteen-year-old Mona Hung has stuck to that rule for almost one hundred years, ever since her portrait was hung on the walls of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery. So when the gallery director’s son, Sargent Singer discovers the truth, she’s sure she’d just exposed the gallery’s biggest secret. But Sargent, an aspiring artist himself, just wants to know more about the vast and intriguing world beyond the frames. With devious plots, shady characters, and grand art heists, this inventive mystery adventure celebrates art and artists.
This episode featured the first two chapters of The Frame-Up, written by Wendy McLeod MacKnight, illustrated by Ian Schoenherr, and published by Greenwillow Books, an Imprint of Harper Collins Publishers. Wendy Mcleod MacKnight lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
To purchase, please visit the author’s website at http://wendymcleodmacknight.com/ordertheframeup/