Solve a Smithsonian mystery of historic proportions! The devious diva Miss Rose has stolen six valuable objects from the National Museum of American History—and you need to discover what’s missing before evening's end.
Become a detective and roam through the museum’s galleries. Use your cunning and skills to collect clues that guide you to the crime scene. Along the way, take part in some great games, experiments, and craft projects—and even become a presidential candidate.
After you have solved the crime, roll out your bag and sleep soundly knowing that you’ve protected some of America’s treasures—and had plenty of fun.
8 to 12 years old. There must be at least one adult for every three children in any group that registers. No siblings younger than 8. No adults without children.
The 2015 Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge invites kids to read books and help set a new world record for summer reading. This summer's theme is "Power Up & Read" (powered by Energizer®)! From May 4 – September 4, 2015, students can read books, log minutes, earn rewards, and unlock original short stories from bestselling authors. To learn more or to sign up your children or class, visit www.scholastic.com/summer.