Christopher Crow and Wily Fox decides to play practical jokes on the community thinking it will be funny. However, with each prank the boys get carried away by the excitement of the game. Eventually they realize the damage they’ve caused, and with Sherif Roo looking them in the eye, regret and dread sets in. We’re the pranks worth the end result? Wily Fox is a practical joker who loves to watch the reactions of his victims. However, the issue is, he likes a partner in crime, so to speak. Christopher Crow is a nice kid, but he has a problem with saying “no” to Wily Fox. Go on a journey to see what kind of trouble these two boys get into, and how do they correct the destruction they created?
My name is Nancy Neres, and I grew up in a little town in Mississippi .This is my first of many children’s books I want to write. I have a BS degree in psychology, I am a mother and a Nana. I’m also an acrylic painting artist, a potter, and an aspiring children’s book writer. Years ago God revealed to me that children are our blessings. He impressed on me that they need tools, and social skills that will carry them safely through life. The Sandy Creek Series has lessons to encourage a honest heart that reflects actions that build character. Watch for my next book “ Amanda Skunk and her Gift.” God’s gift are not always wrapped in a pretty package. But they are always what we need.