Long Lost Elvis! by Christine Isley-Farmer

Long Lost Elvis!

Book 4 of the Boomer’s Tales Series

The Fun Continues by critically acclaimed author Christine Isley-Farmer

The book is published by Wandering Woods Press and is available in digital format

A donkey runs out in front of Nana Weathers’ car when she, Chloe, and Boomer are returning from Camp Resound. Mr. Brown, a farmer, drives upon the scene. To thank them for keeping his donkey, Elvis, safe, Mr. Brown invites everyone to his farm. There, they discover that his wife’s favorite painting is missing, and so begins a new mystery for Chloe and friends to solve. Will their efforts be successful, and what surprises will they learn about Elvis, the runaway donkey?

Other Books in The Series:

“This was a fun book that made me want to read more about the puppy named Boomer, a little girl named Chloe, and the adventures that await them and their friends. It will be a clear winner for children to read on their own, but also for those who are being read to by their parents or other caregivers.”


“I love this series, any book that has a dog for the main character is a winner for me. Boomer is such a fun dog!
The author did a fantastic job of incorporating pet care into the book which I think is so important.”


“A heartwarming read that invites deeper inquiry into the broad variety of topics addressed by including the now familiar “Sniffing Out Funtastic Facts” section, complete with links for further research opportunities! Five Stars.”

Amazon Customer

About Christine:

Christine Isley-Farmer’s fourth book in the “Boomer’s Tales” series continues the adventures of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel as the story’s narrator. Christine loves this dog breed and has owned three Cavaliers. She encountered her first Cavalier, Fleur, while performing with the Harrisburg opera. She was captivated by the big brown eyes and gentle, lively nature of the breed. Her present Cavalier, Dylan, enjoys walks and snuggling next to her in her recliner. Christine, a classically trained singer who has sung in the United States and Europe, has been a university music professor. The stories in opera and song have fascinated and inspired her. The power of stories and music’s healing qualities have woven their way through her life and have found voice in her writing. Her debut book in the series, Finding My Yip, was named Finalist in the 2021 American Writing Awards in the children’s fiction category. A Hard Nut to Crack, the second book in her series, was name Finalist in the 2022 National Indie Excellence Awards in the children’s chapter book category.

To request additional review copies or an interview with Christine Isley-Farmer, please contact Mickey Mikkelson at Creative Edge Publicity: mickey.creativeedge@gmail.com / 403.464.6925.  
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