Serendipity Mystery by R.F. Kristi

Serendipity Mystery, Diary of a Snoopy Cat (Inca Cat Detective Series Book 7)
Written by R.F. Kristi – Illustrated by Jorge Valle

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I am new to the Inca & Company Detective Agency, but luckily for me and for young readers out there, there is a handy dandy character legend and family tree at the beginning of the book to help them (and me) keep track of the many characters mentioned along the way in the book.

Serendipity MysteryInca and her family are vacationing on the island of Sri Lanka when an ancient sword goes missing. When their famous detective next door neighbor from home, Solo and his trusty dog, Terrance, get the case, Inca and her team, along with some new friends are ready to assist.
In addition to detective fun, the book is filled with many cultural delights of the island of Sri Lanka, including visits to national landmarks and wonderful information on native animals. This is a terrific book for chapter readers and could be a great addition to any home or school library.

I received this book via a Goodreads Giveaway
about the author
R F KristiR. F. Kristi, the author of the Inca book series is a former professional of the United Nations Children’s Fund and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. She holds a doctorate in economic development and has traveled and lived in various countries of the globe. With a deep commitment to animal rescue efforts, Kristi has a keen interest and love for animals. She created the Inca Cat book series for younger readers up to age 8 or 12 and also animal lovers. Kristi currently resides in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
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