Bernadette to the Rescue

Bernadette to the Rescue


By Susan Glickman


Bernadette Inez O'Brian Schwartz is back, and going to camp...

Bernadette finally has her new puppy, Pretzel, which means that she gets to do one of her favourite activities: research! She learns that the best way to train a dog is to give it a reward, and that you aren't supposed to feed dogs chocolate or grapes (even as a reward!). When Bernadette and the other girls in the Lunch Bunch go off to camp, they meet a very different kind of animal - the frogs in the local pond. When the frogs start disappearing, it's an environmental mystery that the camp counsellors can't solve… and the perfect chance for Bernadette to use her love of science to come to the rescue of her slimy new friends!  

Book 3 in the Lunch Bunch Series

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About the Author

Susan Glickman is a writer and a poet. She started writing about the adventures of Bernadette and her friends for her own children. Bernadette and the Lunch Bunch was the first book in the series, followed by Bernadette in the Doghouse and finishing with Bernadette to the Rescue. Susan lives in Toronto with her family.

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Product Information

  • Release: April 16, 2012

  • $8.95 Paperback

  • 128 Pages

  • 5.25 x 7.5

  • Children's Fiction

  • Ages 7-9 / Grades 2-4

  • Guided Reading: O

  • ISBN: 9781926920382


  • Character Education
    > Family & Friendship
    > Strong Female Characters

  • Language Arts
    > Early Chapter Book

  • Science
    > Environmental Issues

Praise for Bernadette to the Rescue

"[Bernadette] is remarkable, yet her experience of frustration and her apprehension over trying new activities are relatable to younger audiences." - CM: Canadian Review of Materials

"To instil a healthy sense of self and empowerment especially in young girls along with improving language and reading skills, there is nothing like this charming series. The characters radiate genuine concern for each other and the environment, and the political correctness factor is not annoyingly obsessive, just underlying." - The Midwest Book Review