by Rosalyn Rikel Ramage & Illustrated by Alison Davis Lyne



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/7/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 182
ISBN : 9781490709093

About the Book

It is the year 1914 in rural West Kentucky. Twelve-year old Emma Mae and her ten-year old brother Edward have traveled across the county to visit their church friends Evelyn, aged eight, and her brother Ted, aged eleven. While visiting their large farm, unusual happenings occur, including the disappearance of the family dog and the threat of a kidnapping. As the children search for the missing dog, a strange sound lures them to the top of the farm windmill. When they reach the top, the wind is so strong they are blown off . . . only to land beside a Dutch windmill with four huge blades in the country of Holland! After getting to know a Dutch family there, they discover that there can be danger, even in another part of the world. Will they be able to save the Dutch princess from kidnappers? And what about saving the other "princess" when they return home? IF they return home?

About the Author

Rosalyn Rikel Ramage is the author of two books of children’s poetry and two middle-grade mysteries entitled The Tracks and The Graveyard. She is a retired elementary schoolteacher whose love of children and family has inspired her to incorporate bits of family lore with fantastical adventures. In the end, her books incorporate family values. She hopes they will enlighten as well as entertain her audience—persons of any age. She and her husband, Don, split their time between their farm in Kentucky and their home in Nashville, Tennessee.