D.C. Spaar is a mother an author a hairstylist and more! As a entrepreneur, when COVID shut down her hair business she decided to go after a childhood dream and become an author. With a story she wrote over twelve years ago for her son, she embarked on a journey that would change her life. Now, after three books published and a fourth on its way, DC Spaar is just getting started.
A native from New England, presently living in Minnesota, she enjoys spending time with her family and doing things outside. And of course, she loves writing. She hopes to have books in libraries across the United States. She is passionate about helping kids learn to love reading. That is one of the reasons she started her YouTube channel where she reads out loud to kids. Check it out @MissDanisBookNook.
"Logan and Emily Files: The Disappearing Doodle is the Third Book of the Logan Scott Files Series. This exceptional chapter book takes children right into the world of Logan and Emily. Author D.C. Spaar writes a descriptive storyline that allows the reader to feel as if they can see every detail expressed in the book. She takes you through a mysterious storyline where children are the detectives, and they must find a unique item. At first, Logan appears to be the one to solve the case of the Disappearing Doodle, but there is a nice twist that encourages young girls to take an interest in this book. Character Emily is introduced and quickly becomes a part of the mission.
As you turn the pages, you are eager to see what else may take place. Logan and Emily embark on exciting times. They use mysterious detective gadgets and come across interesting people that help them find a way to solve their case. Not only do they teach one another how to ask their suspects questions, but they also learn how to work together. A page-turner for young readers and a fun book to read to your younger children. I recommend this book to parents and kids!" -School Psychologist
“Logan and Emily Files: The Disappearing Doodle is a suspenseful and mysterious book that has a wonderful storyline! I love how Logan starts solving the case, but then, a girl name Emily, comes into the story. I liked the gadgets they used. The author has to have a big imagination to have thought them up. And in the end, they find the item, it’s not what you think! After reading this book, I will read the other books in the series.” -Child age 10