"GREAT READ FOR KIDS. This is a beautiful story for children of all ages. The illustrations that the author did are bright and beautiful to attact all children. A fun and easy read, with a great story line. This is the first book to the series of Sheriff Williker." – Destiny's Book Reviews
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A missing horseshoe for a prize winning horse... a set of mysterious footprints... suspicious looking characters...
Up against time, Sheriff Williker is called in to find the missing horseshoe for a prize winning horse before tomorrow's big race. Follow the Sheriff, as he unravels the clues to solve his first case.
"The Case of the Missing Horseshoe" is a colorful picture book with adorable forest animals representing the town’s people. The reader will be introduced to Sheriff Williker, Mrs. Williker, Mr. Drexel (the town's blacksmith), and other lively characters throughout this new series of picture books. Each book will take you on a new adventure and every story has a moral.
THE AUTHOR’S INSPIRATION BEHIND THE ADVENTURES OF SHERIFF WILLIKER:
The Adventures of Sheriff Williker was inspired by the author's childhood memories growing up in a small lake community in northwest Iowa. She named the sheriff after a saying her mom often said, ‘Gee whiz willikers!’
Kim's grandparents lived in a very small town – Superior, Iowa – and were the picture perfect ‘Norman Rockwell’ grandpa and grandma. Her grandpa was a U.S. Marshal and her grandma was the town’s ‘doctor.’ Kim would sit and listen for hours in amazement at the stories they would tell her of the early days. Her grandma would say… 'Long before there were automobiles, our mode of transportation was a horse and buggy – a kerosene lamp lit our way.' Her grandma made house calls to deliver babies—many times traveling in freezing temperatures through snowdrifts. When Kim was sick, her grandma would made her feel better by giving Kim one of her homemade remedies—warm lemon juice, honey—and lots of love!
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Book No. 2 "The Case of the Lake Monster" - release date summer 2014
Book No. 3 "The Case of the Haunted School House" - fall October 2014
Book No. 4 "Butch Has Gone Missing!"- release date December 2014