When Cassandra was sent to her dad’s for summer vacation, she didn’t like it at first. She was really bratty, and she just said how she hated it and the people there and how she didn’t like the way her dad changed. But over the next couple chapters she found that she did like it. Then she and her new friends signed up to be trail guides. They had to train so they could recognize animal tracks and things. There were three arrowheads that were missing, and Cassandra really wanted to find those, so she wrote things down in her journal to keep track of the clues. She wants to find the thief before the summer ends.
I didn’t like this book at first because Cassandra was really a snot, but then she got better eventually, and she made new friends. She learned to think about other people and not just about herself and became a lot nicer. The mystery was cool and very interesting, although I doubt she would really have been able to solve it by herself like she did in the book. I think people would like this book if they like little adventures that could happen in real life.