In this fun, history-based adventure of magical realism, wherein puns abound, Capitol Cat & Watch Dog team to find a missing Library of Congress (LOC) exhibit: a lock of President Thomas Jefferson’s hair. Thinking that the hair exhibit may have been misfiled, character Cat-alog, who lives at LOC, guides the daring duo through LOC’s vibrant collections which relate to President Jefferson’s interests and hobbies. In their quest as detectives, the trio visits exciting showcase departments and holdings at LOC such as Stradivarius violins, comic books, America’s classic films, Wilbur and Orville Wright papers--and more--until they arrive at the spectacular, cavernous LOC Main Reading Room.
Capitol Cat & Watch Dog Hunt Thomas Jefferson’s Hair in the Library of Congress is Judge Janice Law’s third book in her children’s series including Capitol Cat & Watch Dog Unite Lady Freedoms, and Capitol Cat & Watch Dog Outwit the U.S. Supreme Court.
A vocabulary list to research definitions online is included.
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|Publisher:||Judge Janice Law|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.11(d)|
|Age Range:||6 - 12 Years|
Table of Contents
Chapter One—Hair Raid!
Chapter Two—”Your Hair Isn’t There Sir!”
Chapter Three—Sifting the Clues
Chapter Four—Searching Hair and There
Chapter Five—From This Moment On
Chapter Six—Up, Up in the Hair
Chapter Seven—Then and There They Dared
Chapter Eight—Hair It Is!
Chapter Nine—Bowing to Applause, Victory Laps
Vocabulary Words to Look Up
About the Author