Back for a new adventure, Bo the lovable black Lab is ready to solve another mystery and save the day once again. It's up to this tenacious pup to find the reason behind all of the wildfires sweeping the countryside in east Texas. Gathering evidence as he goes, Bo must find the culprit and put a stop to this perilous crime spree.
About the Author
Lynn Sheffield Simmons received a bachelor's degree in elementary education and a masterís degree in special education from Texas Womanís University. She is a member of Phi Delta Kappa honorary fraternity and has taught in public schools for many years. She lives on a small farm in Argyle, Texas. Other titles by Lynn Sheffield Simmons are Jack Crow Said Hello and Sugar Lump, the Orphan Calf , both available from Pelican.
Alison Davis Lyne is a freelance illustrator who has worked on various picture books and covers for American Small Farm magazine. She is the portrait artist for the Kentucky Commission on Women's Kentucky Women Remembered exhibit, permanently on display in the state capitol rotunda. She also illustrated Easter Day Alphabet, Kudzu Chaos, G Is for Grits: A Southern Alphabet, and other titles published by Pelican.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The story line holds the readers' interest by adding just the right amount of suspense. Kendall and her aunt, Mrs. Barnett, travel to Newton to stay at the Simmons' old farmhouse. It is a historical old "dog run" style house built in 1906. During their visit, they get accosted by one stranger in the park and another abusive man makes them wary when they are buying hand-crafted items from his wife. The main conflict is that forest fires are being set by someone. Bo, a black Labrador retriever, helps solve the mystery by discovering evidence that is vital to the case.