Tracks in the Snow
When Amy doesn't show up to baby-sit, Erin knows that something must be terribly wrong. But who will believe her? Not her parents, not even the police. They all tell Erin the same thing—Amy is irresponsible —so Erin decides to take things into her own hands. She persuades Tiffany, her new science partner, to do a project on animal tracks, figuring the project will give her an excuse to search for Amy. While the two girls are in the woods, a sudden spring blizzard strikes. Erin and Tiffany are now snowbound, with only one thought—survival.
"The simplicity and intensity of this adventure will satisfy many children, particularly those who like Gary Paulsen's HATCHET." —School Library Journal
"The two girls prove their resourcefulness...in this well-written...adventure story." —The Horn Book