Trailing Trouble

Our rating: ****

All Ages

Trailing Trouble is “an adventure-mystery about a young game warden, his pinto pony, and Smoky, the dog with ‘a nose for trouble.’” Many people think it would be a good idea to make a National Park of the Gistache, but somebody obviously doesn’t share their sentiments. Bad things start to happen, and Tom Rainse thinks that this is more than the usual small band of poachers…

Well, I can’t say much more, because, after all, this is a mystery. I wouldn’t want to spoil anything, would I? Another fun Kjelgaard book, overall. The dialogue between Tom and his friend, Buck, is very comical at times. I am sorry to say, though, that Trailing Trouble ends just as abruptly as some of the other Kjelgaards. The climax occurs at the third paragraph from the end. But that’s okay. It still works.

Why did I read it?Could have been betterAverageFantastic!Incredibook! (2 votes, average: 3.00 out of 5)
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One Response to “Trailing Trouble”


  1. I really love this book! It’s one of my favorites, even though I haven’t read it in a while.

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