Animal-loving Lizza thinks nothing could be worse than her dad’s taxidermy business…until Dad moves the family into a cave. A tourist trap cave, that is, carved into a giant rock formation in the desert—not exactly Lizza’s idea of fun. Now she’s on display for curious tourists who tromp through her new home all day long.
Determined to get out of the cave and back into a real home, Lizza appeals to animal rights activities and environmentalists. Things appear to go her way but Lizza soon realizes that her plans have unintended consequences that could be disastrous for her family.
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Rebecca Bischoff is the award-winning author of several books for both middle grade and young adult audiences, including The French Impressionist, a contemporary YA novel, The Grave Digger, a historical middle grade mystery, and Streets of Shadow, a historical YA mystery recently released this year. Both The Grave Digger and Hole in the Rock were honored as finalists in the 2020 and 2021 Best Book Awards. Rebecca loves to read everything from mysteries to paranormal to historical novels. She tends to research quirky and little-known facts from the past and loves anything that might make her laugh. Rebecca lives in Southern Idaho with her family, where she enjoys not visiting the outdoors. She’d rather stay inside, eat chocolate and write.