- Author: Ponti
- Binding: PB
In the crowded genre of "middle-school FBI agents," this book stands out for its cleverness. When several Impressionist paintings go missing at the National Gallery, Florian gets to put into practice his "Theory of All Small Things," where he does his best to notice details – a young Sherlock Holmes. A caper with two resourceful young people, a delightful friendship, adults who are not complete dolts, great dialogue, and good pacing.