Luke really wanted to know what was concealed behind the heavy metal doors but Sam was sure it would a waste of time and no hidden treasure would be found. .
.The boys were more cautious as they walked out of the tunnel into the sunlight. Does danger lay ahead or will there be adventures? How do they explain their clothing being so different from Nellie and Tom's, without revealing their true identity?
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"While plotting how to stay behind at home, in Colorao, while thier parents traveled to Arizona, the twins, Sam and Luke, discover an adventure that would take them much further than Arizona. Their curiosity shot them back in time faster than a speeding bullet in a wild, wild west adolescent adventure that will distract you and entertain you at the same time. AND THAT'S WHAT WE ALL NEED RIGH NOW, THAT'S WHAT OUR KID'S NEED.
Carol has done it again - capturing the imagination of two boys in a way only she can. Carol has already published three children's books on the adventures of a friendship of dogs in their adventure in the Arizona Sonoran desert. But in City Park she tackles the minds off adolescent mischievous boys and girls in a way that fully describes the excitment in their adventures.
Carol has written a book that will make you smile, make you want more and temporarily escape from our current, somewhat depressed world, in the midst of this pandemic. We need this book and Carol is showing her versatility in writing. Nothing is more powerful for a writer, not getting stuck in one genre, but expanding her talents to a variety of subjects. Carol has done it again.
Highly recommend. But be careful, you';; get hooked."
Tim Daughtry, M.Ed. Editor