This summer adventure takes hold when Bridget, Peter, Gracey and Anna set off on an Adirondack canoeing and camping trip. Together they learn of the ghostly spirits that may still live along the Raquette River as they sing and paddle along their trip. All of the friends have great imaginations that lead to some fun nighttime antics when they stop to camp overnight. The next day, Bridget takes off on a path alongside the falls to get away from the boys teasing her about her bathing suit. She finds herself alone on a trail by the falls, where she discovers someone in grave trouble and has to take quick action. Suspense builds as she comes to understands the sign they had seen the day before that warned of dangerous falls ahead.
Liza Frenette is an author and journalist. She's also a mom of one daughter, Jasmine, and she comes from a family of NINE children who all grew up in Tupper Lake, NY in the Adirondack Mountains. Later, she went to college, where she earned a journalism degree from the State University of New York at Morrisville. She went on to write and take photographs for different newspapers throughout northern New York, and has also written for magazines, including Reader's Digest, Adirondack Life Magazine, Hudson Valley Magazine and Yankee Homes. She also earned a bachelor's degree in English with a journalism minor, and then a master's degree in English in the creative writing program - both from the University at Albany. She currently writes for a monthly news magazine, NYSUT United, where she has interviewed and written about Pulitzer-prize winning author Frank McCourt, and young adult author Laurie Halse Anderson. Every summer, Liza works as a faculty member at the New York State Young Writer's Institute at Skidmore College, which is part of the New York State Writers Institute.