Time stops in our house when a new Anisha book comes out. It is then always about reading that book together, discussing it, and trying to be as whip smart and funny as Anisha Mistry, the ten-year-old 'accidental' detective. In this book like the previous two books before it, Anisha uses her logic, intelligence and resourcefulness to come to everyone's rescue. In 'Anisha Accidental Detective: Granny Trouble' we follow Anisha and her family, including her Granny Jas, making a trip to the National Space Centre to meet a space engineer! The family decides to come with her because they want to visit the Leicester festival where a beautiful diamond is at display. When the diamond is stolen, the suspicion falls upon Granny Jas, but Anisha knows that there is more to this theft than meets the eye. With her friend Milo and her cousins Mindy and Manny, she sets out to prove Granny Jas innocent. Serena Patel's book is clever, funny, hugely entertaining and full of heart. My daughter and I laughed hearing about the Secret Hindu Society of Grannies. We wanted a cap cam for sure. Highly recommended and in my daughter's own words, "a billion trillion thumbs up!"