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Al Capone Does My Homework Book Review

Al Capone Does My Homework (Al Capone at Alcatraz)

Moose Flanagan lives on Alcatraz Island. His father has just been promoted to Associate Warden at the infamous prison there. Moose hangs out with his friends - Piper, Annie, Jimmy and Theresa - whose parents also work at the prison. Life isnt easy for Moose. He knows his fathers safety is precarious because of where.

When his apartment catches on fire, things look suspicious. But who started the fire? And why? Mooses sister is blamed for the fire, although she didnt do it. But if she didnt, then who did? Moose teams up with his friends to solve the mystery. Al Capone is one of the men assigned to the.

This book reads well as a story by itself, but I would like to read the previous two volumes also.

Can Moose and his friends figure this out, too? And can Natalie help solve the mysteries? This book is fictional in nature, although it is based on historical fact, making it historical fiction. The prison did exist, and Al Capone was an inmate there, but the fire mentioned in the story never happened, at least.