Lost in Bermooda

Lost in Bermooda

By Mike Litwin; Mike Litwin (Illustrator)

Albert Whitman & Company, Hardcover, 9780807587188, 140pp.

Publication Date: March 1, 2014

Description
Bermooda is a tropical island that is undiscovered by the outside world and is primarily populated by walking, talking cows of human intelligence. The cows came to the island hundreds of years ago by a ship carrying livestock that wrecked upon the shoals around the southern tip of the island. They have since formed their own quaint, mootpian tropical island society. Life is good on Bermooda, and the residents are mostly content to be unknowing of and unknown to the world beyond their horizons. Bermooda has no "outsiders," and most prefer to keep it that way. That is, until Chuck ventures into the boneyard alone and discovers a young human boy who has been washed up unconscious on the sandbar The young boy's name is Dakota and doesn't seem as scary as Chuck thought humans should be. Chuck decides to "cow-mouflage" Dakota to pass as a bovine in town. Dakota and Chuck become fast friends, but trouble is brewing and Dakota's true identity is at risk of being discovered. In the end, Chuck's family adopts Dakota as their own calf.


About the Author
Mike Litwin is a children's book author and the award-winning illustrator of New York Times bestsellers My Name is Not Isabella, My Name Is Not Alexander, and Isabella: Girl on the Go. He lives in North Carolina with his wife and four children.

Mike Litwin is a children's book author and the award-winning illustrator of New York Times bestsellers My Name is Not Isabella, My Name Is Not Alexander, and Isabella: Girl on the Go. He lives in North Carolina with his wife and four children.