MEOW.ORG - The Cat-Napping Caper
By Darby Patterson
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Dozens of cats and kittens have disappeared from their homes and Elzbeth and her friends are worried. Since the other kids at school don't play with them, the four friends use recess and weekends to figure out a diabolical - and sometimes funny - plot that's making captives out of innocent kittens. They use clever technology, mighty brains and special gifts to pinpoint where the cats are, and Elzbeth dives straight into trouble. Can her friends save her and the cats from a scheme so evil it will curl your whiskers? And exactly why does someone need hundreds of cats, anyway? Join The Crew as they use their considerable abilities to solve the mystery!
From the Author:
It's written for young readers about 8 to 12 years old as they choose their peer groups and sometimes are tempted to taunt and tease. Although there is a subliminal message, the story is fun and fast paced - ideal for children of any and all abilities!
About the Author:
Darby Patterson has been a journalist and writer for more than 25 years. Prior to entering that profession she wrote several one-act plays for children which were performed by a repertory theatre in Minnesota. Throughout her professional career in California, Darby penned fiction and nonfiction works for the sheer joy of writing, and was an avid reader of quality mystery novels. Now more focused on personal writing, Meow.org is her first mystery novel for children. It is intended to entertain and to educate around the tender topic of differences among children. But, first and foremost, Meow.org is a fun and fast read for kids who like mystery books. Darby is working on a second installment of Meow.org and the Crew of able friends who solve vexing mysteries using their special talents.