Most days Cammie is tired of being the daughter of the first female president of the United States and just wants her real life back. She's feeling the stress of having to be on display so often. Plus, her oversized and overly enthusiastic dog Hooligan keeps getting into trouble. That's why she's thrilled when her very favorite group, the famous teenage sensation called The Song Boys, is scheduled to perform at a literacy event at the White House. But when White House objects disappear, the event is in jeopardy. With some help from her younger sister Tessa and Hooligan, Cammie tackles the mystery—and helps save the concert.
About the Author
Martha Freeman is the author of many books for children of all ages, including WHO STOLE HALLOWEEN?, a Texas Bluebonnet Award nominee. She lives in State College, Pennsylvania. Her website is www.marthafreeman.com.
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The Case of the Rock 'n' Roll Dog based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Seven-year-old Tessa and ten-year-old Cameron, daughters of the first female president--and owners of a very rambunctious dog--play detective when a baton belonging to the director of the Marine Band goes missing at the White House.
I absolutly love it the details it is a mystery.