About The Book: Sometimes I start with a well-thought out plan, and sometimes, me being me, things just happen. In my imagination I'm on my way, heading anywhere. Because anywhere's better than here.
Which is why I'm staring at this latch. I'm going to escape today. I've been watching closely to see how they work it, though no one's noticed.
Humans... So unaware... —Goodreads
What Others Are Saying: "This scrappy-but-sweet Schnauzer shows readers that dogs, too, get hurt, have fears, and want a place to belong. By persevering, remaining hopeful in dismal times, and keeping your nose to the wind for adventure, kids and dogs alike find a wonderful plan and hope for their lives. Engaging, energetic, endearing and highly recommended for kids of all ages." ~ Sandra Byrd, best-selling author of London Confidential and other books for teens and tweens.
Bloggers Weigh In:
The Borrowed Word
What I Thought: This canine spy is daring, funny and smart. Once I started May's adventure, I realized I had to read the rest of the books in the series. May's attitude is what characterizes her adventures and you can't help but fall in love with her. This is one book that Madison, the main character in my novels would highly recommend.
About The Author: K.C. Frantzen
Who: "Mom has spoken “critter” since she was a little girl. Her Dad is a veterinarian in Houston, TX. (We have a lot of veterinarians in our extended family.) Mom started watching surgery when she was three years old and by the time she was a teen, she helped at the clinic during summers: cleaning cages & mopping floors, bathing critters, bookkeeping, running laboratory tests, helping clients. But her favorite thing was talking to my fellow four footers (mostly dogs and cats in Granddad’s animal hospital). That’s where she became fluent in speaking “critter”!
One of her favorite memories was when her Dad would come home with a patient who needed watching during the night. (They didn’t have emergency clinics for us back then. A veterinarian would have to go to the clinic to see about his patients, unless he brought them home.) He’d put the pet carrier on the dryer and Mom would get up on her tippy toes to peer in and see who was in there and to make them feel welcome and comfort them as best she could. You’ll have to get her to tell you about the ocelot!" —May the K-9 Spy
"Until April 14th you can win a mini-May on my Facebook Page! Don't miss out!"
—May The K-9 Spy
You can find all the details by going to May and K.C.'s Facebook Page.