Capitol Cat & Watch Dog Succulent Sleuths Protect U.S. Botanic Garden

Capitol Cat & Watch Dog Succulent Sleuths Protect U.S. Botanic Garden

by Janice Law

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Overview

Children's history-based fantasy fiction Capitol Cat & Watch Dog Succulent Sleuths Protect U.S. Botanic Garden is Judge Janice Law's ninth book, and her fourth book detailing the fun Washington D.C. adventures of Capitol Cat and Watch Dog as they work to prevent the theft of a giant Saguaro cactus from the U.S. Botanic Garden with the help of Dee, a junior intern. The trio, with the help of the U.S. Capitol Police, thwart the efforts of would-be thieves just in time to save the cactus.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781733942119
Publisher: Judge Janice Law
Publication date: 05/27/2020
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.10(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Children's history-based fiction Capitol Cat & Watch Dog Outwit the U.S. Supreme Court is Judge Janice Law's seventh book, and her second book detailing the history-based Washington D.C. adventures of Capitol Cat and Watch Dog.
It is a sequel to Capitol Cat & Watch Dog Unite Lady Freedoms, where the inventive duo unite twin "sisters": the bronze Lady Freedom atop the U.S. Capitol Building; and the sculptor's plaster cast of the same Lady Freedom, which spent years in a windowless Capitol basement before being moved to the Visitors Center.
Although both narratives are fantasy tales of magical realism, each is based on historical fact.
Continuing in the Washington, D.C. setting, Judge Law's fifth book, Wicked Good Secrets, is historical fiction thriller about the disappearance of the U.S. Capitol cornerstone after President George Washington laid it in a 1793 Masonic ceremony.
Law's fourth book, nonfiction Yield: A Judge's First-Year Diary was a nonfiction finalist for the 2007 Texas Book Award.
She was featured speaker at the October, 2015 annual luncheon honoring spouses of the Justices of the Supreme Court, held at the Congressional Country Club.
She spoke on her sixth book, nonfiction American Evita: Lurleen Wallace, a braided biography of First Lady Lurleen Wallace of Alabama who was also America's third woman governor, and Evita Peron, First Lady of Argentina.
Law is a retired Texas criminal court judge, an award- winning 14-year print journalist and author, a newspaper travel columnist, and the 2011 founder of D.C.-based American Women Writers National Museum a nonprofit.
Law has served as a state and federal prosecutor, a staff attorney for federal judges, and done nine years of indigent criminal defense. She is a member of the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States, as well as a member of the Florida Bar and Texas Bar.
She has been a featured author, podium speaker and panelist at many prestigious national book festivals, and appeared on Cspan2/BOOKTV.
She lives in Houston, Texas and Washington, D.C

Table of Contents

Chapter One-No Big Stink This Year

Chapter Two-"We Understand Animals and Animals Understand Us"

Chapter Three-Are There Any Dogwoods There?

Chapter Four-Surprise Celebrity Star of the Show!

Chapter Five-Eavesdropping Can Be Useful

Chapter Six-Alerting the Secret Nighttime Congress

Chapter Seven-Stealing Old Granddad

Chapter Eight-To Catch the Thieves

Chapter Nine-Three If By Sea

Vocabulary Words to Look Up

About the Author

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