'RES-Q Tyler Stop'

'RES-Q TYLER STOP'
A Middle-Grade Historical Adventure
{Book One in the Tyler Stop Series}


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BOOK BLURB:

It's the summer of 1968 in Sonoma County, California, and eleven-year-old Weston Gregg and his nine-year-old sister, Wendy, are looking for fun things to do during their summer break from school. When they discover some abandoned rabbits, they hatch an idea to make a positive difference for animals and people in their small town of Tyler Stop.

They decide to form 'Rescue Each Species-Quickly', or RES-Q Tyler Stop.

There are challenges to face as they move forward into their new venture, including standing up to someone who is targeting Weston's friends for being different and a painfully bad decision.

Will Weston have to handle these issues on his own or will he learn to accept the advice and wisdom shared by some important people in his life? Join Weston and his family and friends as they share some adventures and learn and grow together in RES-Q Tyler Stop.

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK:

"Adventure has no end in this tale, where a heart for animals inspires and surprises await around every bend. . . . The characters and the situations they face come across realistic, and the scenes develop naturally. Not only does the author keep a nice paced plot rolling along but adds interesting and practical information about animals and ways to handle certain situations along the way. It makes for a fun mix of fiction and fact.

This appears to be the first book in the series, and I’m eager to see where the RES-Q Tyler Stop adventures will head to next." ~ Tonja Drecker, Author of Music Boxes


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" . . . Issues of race, respect, and doing the right thing come across strong. This would make a good read-aloud in the classroom or at home, followed by a discussion of the many themes."  ~  Greg Pattridge, Blogger & Writer at Always in the Middle

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"Any animal-loving reader is immediately pulled into this story that takes place in the fictional town of Tyler Stop in Sonoma County, California, in 1968. The main character, Weston, who is eleven years old, along with his sister, Wendy, nine, initiate the rescue of some rabbits who have apparently been abandoned at the county fair. This successful venture leads the children to create an animal rescue operation with the help of their parents, the local vet, and many people in the town. It is touching to read about Wendy and Weston’s enthusiasm for their cause. The children face several obstacles along the way. I enjoyed reading about a town coming together as a result of these two young children and their dedication to helping animals.
 
The story has a significant sub-plot that involves bullying and discrimination. These difficult subjects are treated thoughtfully.


The author wraps up the story up nicely, and then at the last minute we see Weston encounter another difficult situation. We will have to wait for the next book to see how he solves this one. I look forward to more animal rescue adventures in Tyler Stop!" ~ Connie Dow, Author of A-Z With Energy

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