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|Written by iUniverse|
|Wednesday, 29 August 2012 15:52|
Piper Dawson pens new children’s book about Chihuahua detectives Fenway and Becca
ZEARING, Iowa – Fenway and Becca are two energetic Chihuahuas who love life. Rescued from abuse and misery by a loving family, they not only enjoy spending time with their owner, 12-year-old Paige, but have a love something else: solving mysteries. In Piper Dawson’s book, The Adventures of Fenway and Becca (published by iUniverse), young readers follow the dynamic detective duo.
In two exciting adventures, Fenway and Becca keep crime at bay in their small town. The two doggie detectives hunt for a mysterious flower snatcher in “The Great Flower Caper.” Fenway and Becca are determined to discover the truth, and on their daily walk, the duo picks up an interesting scent that may just lead them to the thief.
In “Fenway and Becca’s Great Cabin Caper” sees the pups go on vacation to the family cabin. Grandma’s precious locket has disappeared, and the two set out to find it with the help of their new friend, Hoss, a yellow Labrador. But time is running out – the family is leaving soon, and they have yet to find the necklace.
The Adventures of Fenway and Becca is an exciting new book sure to entertain young readers and dog lovers alike.
About the Author
Piper Dawson was a nanny for more than ten years and enjoyed storytelling. She lives in a small town in Iowa and enjoys life with her family and dogs.
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