Cry Woof

Cry Woof

Paperback - 2013
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In the third installment of A Dog and His Girl Mysteries, things are going to the cats!

Dodge and Cassie can't visit the senior center or take a walk without landing in a mystery or two. Something's up with the vitamins some people in town are taking--and something doesn't seem right about an eccentric neighbor's mysterious "fall" that leaves thirteen pets in need of homes. The former K-9 and his girl will leave no ladder unclimbed or rosebush uninvestigated to get to the bottom of the case!
Publisher: New York : Scholastic, 2013
ISBN: 9780545436267
Additional Contributors: Hines-Stephens, Sarah


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SPL_Childrens Aug 19, 2014

Meet Dodge, a retired police dog with a German Shepherd’s super-keen sense of smell. Meet twelve-year-old Cassie, his owner, who also happens to be the daughter of the town’s police chief. Together they are an intrepid six-legged detective team.

In this duo’s third adventure, Cry Woof, Cassie and Dodge investigate a string of unusual goings-on in their town. It begins when Madame Lafarge, the town eccentric, is found dead after falling in her kitchen. There are no clues to explain how the accident happened ... or was it really an accident? Her neighbours are acting suspiciously … perhaps they be hiding something!

At the same time, people living in a nearby retirement home and a number of neighbourhood pets are falling sick. No one knows why.

Could these mysterious circumstances be connected? Who is responsible? Cassie and Dodge hope to sniff out the answers before long.

Alternating between Cassie and Dodge’s points of view, this mystery will engage middle-grade readers. Characters - especially Dodge, Cassie and her parents - are likeable and well-defined, and the book resonates with subtle humour.

Play Dead and Dead Man’s Best Friend are the first two titles in this promising new series.

mauve_dog_290 Jul 05, 2014

love this book


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