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Published by Brown Books Publishing Group in Dallas, Texas .
Written in English


  • Human-animal communication,
  • Wildfires,
  • Friendship,
  • Juvenile fiction

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Follow Isla all across her Texas ranch to discover the secret behind all the odd occurrences and unexplained fires that keep mysteriously catching. Is it all a coincidence, or is there some sinister plot at hand? Isla and her new friend Cash try to solve the case.

Edition Notes

456 Childrens Plus, Inc.

StatementIsabella Allen
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 223 p.
Number of Pages223
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26959646M
ISBN 101612549837
ISBN 109781612549835

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