Agatha Christie

Was it the butler in the pantry with the candlestick … or was it the judge in the library with the noose? Agatha Christie knows! In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby introduce you to the life and work of one of the most prolific mystery writers of the twentieth century--and the bestselling fiction writer of all time! Meet her two most famous characters--high society crime-fighter Miss Marple and retired Belgian police officer Hercule Poirot. You’ll learn about two of her most popular novels, as well as some of the big ideas dealt with in her stories. Finally, find out why her works continue to be so popular. The only thing we won’t tell you is who the killer is!

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