A Grandchild's Guide to Finding Bigfoot
By: Marge J. Brantmeyer
About the Book
Papa Trouble believes in the legend of Bigfoot (aka Sasquatch). His three granddaughters want to believe in the existence of Bigfoot. Madi, the eldest granddaughter, solicits her sister Riley and cousin Jaina to join a pursuit to find evidence of the elusive creature. The granddaughters’ search for evidence takes them in and out of the woods and in and out of Papa’s “classroom.” Madi coordinates their investigation, under their Papa’s ever-watchful eyes. Papa’s insight and teachings are generously mixed with his unique sense of humor. A Grandchild’s Guide to Finding Bigfoot follows the granddaughters’ adventures as they learn about Bigfoot history, safety in the woods and science, sprinkled with “fun facts,” riddles, and a few lessons in German.
About the Author
Marge J. Brantmeyer is an accountant and business consultant by education and experience. She currently resides in Wisconsin with her husband. She has three grown sons, three daughters-in-law, and three precious granddaughters, all of whom inspire her to share her life perspectives through writing. Though she does not consider herself an accomplished author, Marge was compelled to put this grandchild’s adventure story in writing for her family and friends. She is also the author of They Were Children Then, the non-fiction story of the closing of Holy Name Seminary in Madison, Wisconsin and also The Choice: S.O.S. Survive or Suicide, a self-help book for sufferers of depression, alcoholism, addiction, and grief.