"Stop!" Abby yelled. "I have news."
Maggie stopped by Abby, but Jake and Brady were having too much fun playing Annie Annie Over with the pen they had whisked off the table where Maggie had dropped it when she was going to chase Jake and Brady. It flew over the girls' heads with ease. The look of concern on Abby's face was enough to get Maggie's attention, leaving her to ignore the pen that was flying over their heads.
Once Brady and Jake saw that their sisters were not paying any attention to their antics but whispering seriously about something, the boys put down the pen.
"What's going on?"
Yes, Grandma was in trouble again and the four cousins had to rescue her. Following her trail, and figuring out the clues, lead the cousins to secrets Grandma had not told them about her past. The fun they find along the way makes this a book for young readers and also the young at heart.
|Publisher:||Hermiony Vidalia Books|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.13(d)|
About the Author
Julie also writes quirky Cozy Mysteries having signed a publishing contract with Cozy Cat Press in 2013. Grannies are close to her heart and her Fuchsia, Minnesota Series with Hermiony Vidalia Fiddlestadt features an over-the-top granny and a community of unique characters. So bogged down in rules and regulations in real life, the fictional town of Fuchsia, Minnesota, frees up its residents to be creative and a little strange at times. Add a mystery and you have Granny Hooks A Crook and Granny Skewers A Scoundrel.
When not writing books Julie is a wife and a mother of three grown children and four grandchildren who inspired the Granny's in Trouble Series. She also adds freelance writer to her list of accomplishments and writes about nothing in her column of eight years called Something About Nothing for the Albert Lea Tribune. As a freelance writer human interest stories are among parts of her work. These human interest stories are published in The Courier Sentinel and the Albert Lea Tribune .
Having lived in small communities all her life Julie knows the richness that living in a small community can have when raising a family. She believes it does take a village to raise a child.
You can find Julie at http://www.julieseedorf.com, her blog at http://www.sprinklednotes or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/sprinklednotes or http://www.facebook.com/grannyfromfuchsiaminnsota. Look for her tweets @julieseedorf.
Julie's books are available at Amazon, BarnesandNoble.com, createspace.com and other independent bookstores and gift stores. Specialty stores carrying her books are listed on her website and blog.