Signed copies of the first three Curious Cat Spy Club mysteries by Linda Joy Singleton!
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No one at school knows that Kelsey, Becca, and Leo are secretly friends. They have nothing in common--until they rescue three kittens and form a club to help animals through volunteering, spying, and solving mysteries. In the first book of this series, Kelsey helps catch a runaway zorse (horse + zebra) with the help of another girl from school named Becca. The two are walking home when they happen upon a litter of kittens trapped in a dumpster and Leo Polanski is the only person around who can help get them out. The three unlikely friends decide to work together to help solve animal crimes with their secret club
When a mysterious stranger claims to own Becca's beloved zorse, Zed, something seems suspicious. Besides, if this person is Zed's real owner, the Curious Cat Spy Club fears he might be responsible for abusing Zed in the past. Kelsey, Becca, and Leo are determined to uncover the truth before they have to give Zed away. But when a daring rescue attempt puts Kelsey in danger, does the CCSC have enough spy skills to save her or are they in over their heads?
"This first book in a new series is definitely for the animal-lover, and the Scooby-Doo vibe makes it a perfect fit for the budding mystery fan. Young readers will enjoy following the clues along with Kelsey as she learns about friendship and animals." Booklist Online, January 30, 2015
"A fun mystery series that's a sure bet for animal lovers." School Library Journal, March 1, 2015
"There's plenty of action in this series opener, but Singleton also handles the emotional layers well. Pet lovers will enjoy the animal-centric focus, and the mystery will keep them guessing." Publishers Weekly, January 5, 2015
"This enjoyable mystery has a satisfying ending and a neatly calibrated level of suspense for middle school readers." Kirkus Reviews, January 15, 2015
"Ultimately as fuzzy and accessible as a kitten chasing a ball of string, this story--and subsequent titles in the series--will likely find a ready audience among animal lovers, amateur sleuths, and the fairly common combination of the two." The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, June 1, 2015
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