Beatrice “Bumble B.” Flinn wants to help find her friend Rosa’s lost cat, Charley, and she decides the best way is to make a flyer with a drawing and, with the help of her father, hand them out in the neighborhood–but most of them blow away, and Rosa is upset and blames Bumble B and her flyer for the lack of results.
Marsha Qualey is the author of many books for readers young and old. When she’s not writing she likes to read, take walks by the river, ski in the winter, garden in the summer, and play with her cats all year ‘round. Like Bumble B., she has very good friends who make life fun. Marsha has four grown-up children and two grandchildren. She lives with her husband in Wisconsin.
Jessica Gibson is a mostly self-taught freelance illustrator who graduated from Wayne County Community College with an associate of arts degree. Though she primarily illustrates children’s books, Jessica also creates artwork for magazines and has an interest in character design. With a pen and tablet by her side, she loves creating adorable, whimsical, and sometimes quirky illustrations, ready to brighten up everyone’s heart. You can visit her at www.jessicamgibson.com.