Ebook ISBN: 9781940064758
Print ISBN: 9781481040426
Publication Date: December 2012 (print) May 2014 (ebook)
Ebook $3.99, Print $8.99
Metro Goes Stargazing (Metro Book 3)
Metro takes a trip to the desert for a night of stargazing with friends. She climbs a rocky hill and sees Saturn through a telescope. That night Sherry has a dream that she and Metro tap dance on Saturn’s rings.
Marguerite, Lori, and Sherry reap the harvests of the vegetable garden and have a backyard BBQ and campout. Marguerite reads scary stories in the tent. Metro helps Sherry make a big decision which surprises everyone, especially Sherry!
Metro gets two Forever Friends! Tawny is a coppery colored doggy who always barks twice and Gizzy is a white dog with huge brown eyes. Marguerite and Sherry take the dogs up to the mountains and Sherry realizes she doesn’t want to leave. She tries to convince glamorous Marguerite to go camping, but Marguerite’s idea of “roughing it” is a five star hotel. They finally reach a compromise. Then Sherry surprises Marguerite with an astounding statement. Marguerite surprises Sherry with another astounding statement!
Recommended Age: 7-12
REVIEWS FOR METRO BOOKS
“My girls have taken turns reading your book to me at bedtime and we love it.” – Cindy S.
“My 10 year old LOVES Metro’s stories! She apparently can’t put them down and is sharing the adventures with kids in her class because she thinks they are so great!” – Terra P.
“I continue to feel happily amazed at the special gift you have of seeing magic moments and then painting them with your words for the rest of us to savor. As a fellow animal lover, I am hoping that your books find their way into the little hands of many future animal lovers who will learn from you what it means to be the one to give a happy life to a precious furry friend. Thank you for sharing your love of Metro in such a delightful way.” – Karey R.
“I LOVE Metro and your stories! I read the book (in one sitting on a plane flight) and I couldn’t stop smiling the whole time! Thanks for finding the courage and inspiration to share Metro’s stories with us all.” – Maureen B.