About UsBooksCD's / MP3How to Order
Also Like

Jesse and Cash canoe the great Thelon River in the Northwest Territory. Looking for a campsite after the first day on the river, Cash discovers two skeletons in an old soddy.

Read More!

After a month in the wilderness working for the SCA, Jesse and Cash discover a missing man. Find out how Jesse and Cash deal with him.

Read More!

Join Jesse on his adventures as he learns to live in the wilderness, helps to keep the wilderness green, and adjusts to handle the llamas, Patch and Squirt.

Read More!

Jesse and Cash visit their Uncle Don at Mustang Ranch and encounter a forest fire, velvet ants, and grave robbers in the third book of the series.

Read More!

Get a cup of coffee, relax, and enjoy the stories, memoirs, and poems of the Chippewa Valley Writers' Group.

Read More!

Dr. Ralph Hudson shares a candid back porch conversation with you about his interesting life as a surgeon and his observations of health care during the last half century.

Read More!

Monarch Tree Publishing

Jesse and Cash and The Illegal Trappers
Listen to the author,
Nancy Bjornson,
reading a chapter of
Jesse and Cash and The Illegal Trappers.

Jesse and Cash and
The Illegal Trappers

Jesse Didn't Know the Dangers...
The plane's rough landing at Duluth was just the beginning of Jesse's Christmas vacation adventures while visiting his cousin Cash. The first time Jesse and Cash took the sled dogs Bongo and Bruno out for a run, they came across a trapped fisher. Trapping was illegal on the island. Then they saw the pickup truck in the driveway of an empty house.

"Something weird is going on," Cash whispered to Jesse.

The next day the truck was gone, but the boys noticed tire tracks into the woods. "Looks like there are two people involved here," Cash noted. "One of them is carrying something heavy."

Join Jesse and Cash as they unravel this mystery and come face-to-face with the illegal trappers.

Bonus Fun Facts at the end of the book.

Find out more about Bad River Reservation, beaver, broomball, Chequamegon-Nicollet National Forest, Chippewa (Ojibwa) spirits, fisher, ice caves,Isle Royale, Madeline Island, maple syrup, megis shell, Port of Duluth, Chippewa (Ojibwa) Indians.



I liked the campfire on New Year's Eve. I liked the game of broomball, and I was sad when Zoey got hurt. I liked the end. I think the whole town should read this book; that's how much I liked it. Amy, nine years old

Chapter Titles

  1. Cash and Family
  2. Madeline Island
  3. Bongo and Bruno
  4. Trapped!
  5. Broomball
  6. Basketball
  7. Ruby
  8. Stormy Weather
  9. God's Eye and Dreamcatchers
  10. The Capture
  11. The Last Sled Ride
  12. New Year's Eve
  13. Going Home

Price: $5.99 plus tax, shipping and handling.

Get the first five books in the Jesse and Cash series: $36.95 plus tax, shipping, and handling.

Teachers, find out more about author appearance and instructional resources here.


HomeAbout UsBooksCD's / MP3How to OrderContact Us
Monarch Tree Publishing, Inc. - P.O. Box 387, Eau Claire, Wisconsin  54730 - Phone 888-895-7166 - Email info@monarchtreepublishing.com
Web Design by EZ New Media