Francine Poulet is the greatest animal control officer in Gizzford County. She hails from a long line of animal control officers. Read more...
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Francine Poulet is the greatest animal control officer in Gizzford County. She hails from a long line of animal control officers. She s battled snakes, outwitted squirrels, and stared down a bear. "The genuine article," Francine s dad always called her. She is never scared until, that is, she s faced with a screaming raccoon that may or may not be a ghost. Maybe Francine isn t cut out to be an animal control officer after all But the raccoon is still on the loose, and the folks on Deckawoo Drive need Francine back. Can she face her fears, round up the raccoon, and return to the ranks of animal control? Join a cast of familiar characters Frank, Stella, Mrs. Watson, and Mercy the porcine wonder for some riotous raccoon wrangling on Deckawoo Drive."
- ISBN-13: 9780763668860
- ISBN-10: 0763668869
- Publisher: Candlewick Press (MA)
- Publish Date: August 2015
- Page Count: 112
- Reading Level: Ages 6-9
Series: Tales from Deckawoo Drive #1
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-06-15
- Reviewer: Staff
DiCamillo devotes her second Tales from Deckawoo Drive story to animal control officer Francine Poulet, previously seen in Mercy Watson Thinks Like a Pig. Fearless and highly decorated, Francine may have met her match when she is called in to catch a shimmering “ghost raccoon” that seems to be screaming her name. A three-story “tumble” leads to a crisis of confidence, but Francine is back in the animal control game before long. Like Leroy Ninker Saddles Up, it’s a witty yet tender reminder of the importance of being one’s best self. You do you, Francine. Art not seen by PW. Ages 6–9. Author’s agent: Holly McGhee, Pippin Properties. Illustrator’s agent: Steven Malk, Writers House. (Aug.)