STORY-LINE THE PEED ST. PROBLEM (AGENT RALPH BOOK 2) By TILDA HALE
Agent Ralph and friends, back in action in The Peed St. Problem (Agent Ralph Book 2), set a fine example for old and young. Something’s rotten on Peed St. However, Agent Ralph and the DIB’s on the job and ready to go to work. Sickness has arrived, killing the cats, as well as, something much worse. Kidnapped cats return with scars, markings, and strange green paint they can not remove. Cats report strange beings, possibly aliens, hovering over them, lights, and white suits.
Can Ralph and a new kid on the block solve this case and save the cats before it is too late? Grab a comfortable seat, my children’s mystery book/novel review of The Peed St. Problem (Agent Ralph Book 2) follows.
CHARACTERS, PLOTTING, DEVELOPMENT:
Once again, Tilda Hale crafted a first-rate children’s novel/book in The Peed St. Problem (Agent Ralph Book 2). Using cats, raccoons, and other animals to teach lessons of life, Hale, has the ear of both child and adult. All children love animals, and Tilda Hale developed the animal personalities of her characters fully with skill and humor. Her development of the continuing story-line as the books progress is on point with pacing which will hold the attention of the child.
Teaching several lessons in The Peed St. Problem (Agent Ralph Book 2), the reader will find situations fit the lesson. The cats learn more’s accomplished by working together and doing for others is better than doing for themselves. Unselfishness is always a worthy trait. The story-line is fresh and original and any child will relate to the subject and characters.