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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Mona Dunn, forever frozen at thirteen when her portrait was painted by William Orpen, has just broken that rule. Luckily twelve-year-old Sargent Singer, an aspiring artist himself, is more interested in learning about the vast and intriguing world behind the frame than he is in sharing her secret.

And when Mona and Sargent suspect shady dealings are happening behind the scenes at the gallery, they set out to find the culprit. They must find a way to save the gallery—and each other—before they are lost forever. Includes a page full-color insert showcasing the real paintings featured in the book. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Other Editions 8. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Frame-Up , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews.

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Sort order. Jul 30, Kaytee Lurz rated it it was amazing. A friend, who is a reading specialist recommended this book to me. The adult and kid characters were very well written, and relatable. I loved that the paintings that came to life and became characters are reproduced in the front of the book, and are all real paintings.

There were so many layers to the story, and it felt magical and yet real at the same time. May 29, Casey Lyall rated it it was amazing. This book was so much fun! Who hasn't wondered if the people in paintings are all shenaniganizing behind our backs. The build-up of their friendship wove seamlessly between their storylines. I'm a sucker for family and friendship drama as well which was happening in front of and behind the frames. A fair bit of Canadiana and This book was so much fun! A fair bit of Canadiana and art history also cropped up among the descriptions of the vivid life of the paintings' residents which I found just as interesting as the actual plot!

The twist at the end is one of my favourite things ever. It was a treat to have the opportunity to read an advance copy of this story. Jan 02, Melissa rated it it was amazing. In this charming middle-grade mystery, we meet Mona Dunn, a year-old girl from a wealthy family who happens to be live inside a painting, the eponymous Mona Dunn, at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.

Sneely, the creepy art restorer brought in to work magic on Merrymaking, might be an art forger and involved in an elaborate art heist. Highly recommended. Feb 11, Laura Shovan rated it it was amazing. It's about a real art gallery in Canada, The Beaverbrook. The paintings there have a secret in the novel , they are alive.

A painting of a 13 year old girl named Mona Dunn real painting is accidentally found out by the 12 year old son of the gallery director and they become friends. It's a fun story, and WOW, the author does an amazing job of creating characters for the paintings, imagining the constraints, limitations, and frustrations of the magic that makes them real. An exciting climax will keep kids turning pages, and the story's resolution is absolute perfection.

Final book will include full color reproductions of the key paintings! Sep 15, Wunderdrugged rated it really liked it Shelves: middle-grades , canadian , read-around-nb. I really, really enjoyed this book! If you have even a passing interest in art, I would encourage you to pick up this book. Imagine all of the people in the paintings coming alive at night once all of the visitors leave.

What a cool premise.

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Throw in a cast of characters that are extremely relatable like our protagonist Sargent and his friends both in real life and the paintings , and add an eleme I really, really enjoyed this book! Throw in a cast of characters that are extremely relatable like our protagonist Sargent and his friends both in real life and the paintings , and add an element of mystery and you've got one heck of a story.

I also enjoyed the moments with Sargent and his father Isaac getting to really know one another, and how they were able to build an authentic relationship built on trust once they were completely honest with each other.


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The character of Isaac and his struggle to overcome his substance abuse problems is all to real for a lot of kids who witness these struggles in their own homes, and I really liked that Isaac recognized that he needed to make amends. I feel like that is a positive and hopeful message for kids who may need it. Although there were definitely clues as to who the 'bad guys' were, there were also a few red herrings that kept me guessing up until the reveal.

I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a blend of fantasy and mystery with a little family drama thrown into the mix and who wouldn't like that?! If you are a kid growing up in New Brunswick, you've got to read this book! Jul 19, Kathie rated it really liked it. What a great read! The Beaverbrook Art Gallery has a secret But when one rule is broken, followed by several more, the impact on everyone involved is life-changing. I love that this book is based on actual art and picture of the paintings whose characters are alive in the book are included at the front, which really adds to the story , and sparks the reader to What a great read!

I love that this book is based on actual art and picture of the paintings whose characters are alive in the book are included at the front, which really adds to the story , and sparks the reader to think about paintings in a new way. Mar 20, Lila rated it really liked it Shelves: children-s. What a fun book about a boy who, as he spends the summer with his father, discovers something magical about the gallery that his father runs. In this world, the subjects of the paintings are alive and move and interact with each other. But they must never interact with the humans who visit the gallery, that is strictly forbidden!

Fortunately both the humans and the paintings, rules are made to be broken. Young Sargent Singer discovers the secret of the paintings and manages to show them some of What a fun book about a boy who, as he spends the summer with his father, discovers something magical about the gallery that his father runs. Young Sargent Singer discovers the secret of the paintings and manages to show them some of our modern world.

This was a fun, imaginative book with an artistic slant! Jun 20, Miche rated it it was amazing Shelves: ebook , , favorites , middle-grade. In my opinion, it is an amazing way to get kids interested in art! When I get the chance to visit Fredericton, I will for sure stop at the Beaverbrook Gallery to say hello to my new friends. Jul 17, Phaea Crede rated it it was amazing. Nov 16, Anna rated it it was amazing.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is such a great book. I love how creative it is.

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How the paintings come alive, and Sargent saves the paintings, plus all the awesome things in the middle! This book is for fourth grade and up, i will never stop reading it, ever!

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Thank you so much for creating such an amazing book. View 1 comment. Aug 31, Erika rated it it was amazing Shelves: friendship , middle-grade , mystery , magic , art. I don't know if this where author Wendy McLeod MacKnight found her inspiration, but she's taken the premise of painted beings interacting with flesh-and-blood humans and run with it to great effect! Wendy did not disappoin 4. Wendy did not disappoint! There's so much to enjoy here. The writing pacing, plot, voice, etc.

The mystery of who might be cooking up plans to steal the paintings--and the beings who reside within them--keeps the pages turning and the guesses coming. The varied cast of characters painted and real are drawn so well, especially Sargent and Mona. I think a lot of readers will relate to their struggles to forge new friendships, while they cope with the restrictions put upon them by well-meaning but misguided authority figures.

Add to all this, that perfect ending, and a chance to brush up on your Canadiana, and you have one terrific book! Dec 11, Janet rated it it was amazing. I was fortunate to read this one shortly after Ms. MacKnight signed the deal with her publisher. I was instantly enchanted with the world she created, and now I have the urgent desire to go to the Beaverbrook Art Gallery.

When Sargent goes to spend time with his father, who happens to be the curator for the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, he is not happy about it. The subjects in the paintings can move! They can talk! They can jump I was fortunate to read this one shortly after Ms. They can jump from painting to painting! This world is secret, and only the curator is supposed to know, so Sargent promises Mona Dunn a young girl in one of the paintings that he will keep the secret. I study her face. She looks sincere. The elevator seems to be taking forever to descend five stories.

Two points for no womanly, manipulative mind games. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Being a good cop who pursues all credible leads, Matteo pumps her for information, eventually saying: These criminals are bad guys. Lelani breaks the silence first. The best on your team.