Operation Hopper and Other Tales: Nature, Magic, and the Oakland Acres’ Kids
Oliver B. Hill hatches a plan to make big bucks by catching frogs and selling them to a local restaurant. He enlists his cousin, Maggie, to help with “Operation Hopper.” However, they encounter problems during their frog hunt.
Other Oakland Acres’ kids figure out how to shoo a raccoon family out of the attic, how to stop a snack snatching hound from stealing pizza, and how long a magic spell lasts. However, they need the readers to solve their most important problem! Will the reader help?
Amazon Reviews for Operation Hopper and Other Tales: Nature, Magic, and the Oakland Acres’ Kids
“I like the writing style which really brings the characters to life. The stories held my attention & offer life lessons that I think children will relate to. I’m looking forward to more from Ms. Borgo.”
“What a perfect marriage Anita Borgo has created, fusing nature and magic in her book of intriguing short stories. They are interesting, fun, and stimulating—especially for 2-4 graders. The “activity book” to accompany the stories provides opportunities for problem solving and analysis. I recommend these for teachers and grandparents.”
“Just finished reading this highly entertaining collection of short stories geared toward 2nd thru 4th grade readers. Each short, fun read imparts a worthy, practical learning experience, and leaves plenty of room for discussion afterwards! So happy to add this to my grandchildren’s bookshelf!” C.M. Martin