Using current day electronic "tech support" Jubilee is undeterred in her mission to rescue kids' pets. As the only child of a hard working mother, she is quite aware that although uncomfortable in not being totally honest with her mother ("it's never good to tell a lie--you just end up telling more lies"), she also doesn't want to worry her mother, and so she manages her business without her mother's awareness. Jubilee's ability to fly to far away places on a long weekend overnight (at least that's what she tells her mother), allows her to rescue pets far from her home. Jubilee Kincaid mysteries are written using alliteration, meaning that the same letter is used in a string of words. This is a playful device to engage the struggling reader, or to help increase vocabulary, or to just plain make words an addictive process that we all enjoy. Jubilee also gives the reader a greater understanding of geography and cultures. Watch for Jubilee's next story as she reports on a Pesky, Partying Parrot in Perth.
Bj Gold is a retired therapist, who was graced with playing with kids as a paying job.
Having grown up on a ranch in Northern California, Bj is now at home on the Pacific ocean in Washington. Writing, reading, and keeping up with Layla (Chief Inspector Layla) in the dunes keeps Bj busy these days. More about Layla on Bj's website.read more
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