Travel back with Carley and Troop to a simpler time...a time for growing up, adventure, and fun in this four book series bundle!
Summer and Shiner
Carley and Troop, blood brothers for life, spend a summer together like no other. Releasing a trapped raccoon, battling their club rivals, the Spiders, climbing Cave Springs Mountain at night, and skinny dipping in crazy old Luke Webster's pond are just a few of their adventures.
The Summer and Shiner tale continues... Travel back with Carley and his best friend, Troop, as they once again dive into adventure, mischief, and fun. Join them in their antics at school and as they save Big Louie, the giant catfish.
There are Halloween hijinks, a daring rescue for Shiner, and more trouble than Carley bargained for this school year. You'll recognize some old familiar faces and be introduced to new ones-the terrifying schoolmarm, Miss Both, Carley's new rival, Moose Harrigan, and a girl Carley would rather not know, Toby Swanson. And Carley welcomes a brand new friend.
Shiner and King
The only thing better than more adventures with Carley and Troop is sharing the fun with a German Shepherd named King—the best dog in the whole wide world, according to Carley.
Hometown shenanigans abound along with a surprise or two with Luke Webster, and with Carley at his side, King shows his true colors as a hero while Shiner roams free in his new life in the wild woods along Blue River. Could a boy's life get any better? Of course, Mick Fuller and his dog, Devil, and Toby Swanson are back, meaner than ever, and Miss Botch's swats still hurt. Carley still seems to spend a bit more time in trouble than he'd like, but he wouldn't trade his life in Belford for anything in the world!
Shiner and Baseball
Spring is in the air, and all boys' thoughts turn to baseball in Belford, Kansas. The Mustangs haven't won a single game, and Mick and the Spiders are making Carley and Troop's lives miserable.
They can't hit, they can't catch, and they can't pitch. They need a coach, badly. They never expected that mean, old Redburn, the meanest, most cantankerous man in Riley County, would come to their rescue!