Hamhock Holmes and the Case of the Missing Cheese Taster

Well, it seems that the highly talented Chief Pig Officer, (C.P.O) at J and I Publishing, Sir Bacon Doughnut Royal, has added yet another string to his bow and become a published children’s author. Is there no limit to this Pig’s talent?

As a loyal employee I wanted to share this with you all and to let you know that he is working on the next adventure for the intrepid Hamhock Holmes and his trusty sidekick Agatha the Pug.

hamhock-holmes-cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Description

“Hamhock Holmes and the Case of the Missing Cheese Taster,” is the first book in the Inspector Bacon Mystery Series for kids, ages 7-12.

Hamhock and his sidekick, Agatha the pug run a detective agency in London. When Mrs. Brie Gruyere stumbles into the office, desperate for help finding her missing husband, the head cheese taster for the Lemmington Cheese Factory, Hamhock and Pug know they have a case worth solving before them.

There’s more to this mystery than they first think. The family recipe book for the cheese factory is also missing…and there’s something skunky going on across the road.

Relying on wit, clue finding and Pug’s ability to create distraction, this mystery solving duo will stop at nothing to get the job done!

This is a chapter book for intermediate readers, with some harder words included for practise. This book has a British theme, and is mostly written in British English, so the spelling of words reflect that.

Get it here:

Amazon US

Amazon UK

Advertisements

The Park

WaterworksPark4

Lush green grass,
A sparkling blue pond,
Fountains of spray,
An eternal bond.

A look in my eyes,
As the kids play,
I glance at you,
No words I need say.

All together,
A family day out,
No matter where,
That’s what life’s about

We smile as we look,
At all that they do,
What a perfect day,
Me, them, and you.

The sound of the birds,
Our little dog’s bark,
All together,
Here at the park.

Incomparable Reward

That look on their face,
When they understand,
Can bring tears to the eyes
Of a full grown man.

They fill our lives,
With unsurpassable joy
The pleasure they get,
From that favourite toy.

The trusting looks,
Unconditional love,
The unbelievable power,
Of their incredible hugs.

We nurture and guide,
Love and cherish,
But who really inspires,
Them or us

They are beautiful.
Amazing, and brilliant.
Unbelievable, incredible
Limitless superlatives

Everything they do,
Makes me the proudest man alive
An incomparable reward
There could be none greater.