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Bear in the woods / R.A. Spratt.

By: Spratt, R. A.
Contributor(s): Salcedo, Erica, 1983- [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Peski kids ; 2.Publisher: [Hawthorn, Victoria] : Puffin Books, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 255 pages ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780143788836; 0143788833.Subject(s): Child detectives -- Juvenile fiction | Country life -- Juvenile fiction | Brothers and sisters -- Juvenile fictionDDC classification: A823.4 Summary: No one believes April saw an enormous bear in the woods. No one thinks Fin didn't break the Cat Lady's foot. No one wants to know why Loretta bought Dad new underwear. And no one listens to Joe, because he never has much to say. The Peski Kids are up to their eyeballs in trouble, and it's all their dog's fault. Now the Mayor is watching them like a hawk. She won't let anyone ruin Currawong's Daffodil Festival. That's fine, the Peski Kids want to blend in, the only problem is ... they are really terrible at it.
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No one believes April saw an enormous bear in the woods. No one thinks Fin didn't break the Cat Lady's foot. No one wants to know why Loretta bought Dad new underwear. And no one listens to Joe, because he never has much to say. The Peski Kids are up to their eyeballs in trouble, and it's all their dog's fault.

Now the Mayor is watching them like a hawk. She won't let anyone ruin Currawong's Daffodil Festival. That's fine, the Peski Kids want to blend in, the only problem is . . . they are really terrible at it.

No one believes April saw an enormous bear in the woods. No one thinks Fin didn't break the Cat Lady's foot. No one wants to know why Loretta bought Dad new underwear. And no one listens to Joe, because he never has much to say. The Peski Kids are up to their eyeballs in trouble, and it's all their dog's fault. Now the Mayor is watching them like a hawk. She won't let anyone ruin Currawong's Daffodil Festival. That's fine, the Peski Kids want to blend in, the only problem is ... they are really terrible at it.