'Take your cookies elsewhere.' That's what the note said in neat, block-like print, attached to a box of Girl Scout Cookies. Someone is out to sabotage the new sweet shop in the neighborhood, and Maggie Brooklyn is on the case. If only she weren't so freaked out herself lately. Maggie's new dogsitting gig has her and her twin brother Finn hanging out in what they fear may be a real haunted mansion. And it's hard to solve real life mysteries when you think you're seeing ghosts!..
A nostalgic account of how a youngster in the 1950s learned the skills to be resilient and successful in life. About the Author: Roger has worked as a Psychologist, a School Psychologist, a College Professor, a College Dean, a Headmaster and President of a world class international boarding school for students with learning issues. He served for three years in the US Army as a medical laboratory technician and was stationed in Texas, Georgia, Oregon and Korea. Roger lives in Sherman Connecticut with Kathleen, his wife of forty six years, three children and eight grandchildren.
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