When 13-year-old Louie, a junior lighthouse keeper, comes across a body washed up on the shore one cold winter morning, it sets off a tantalizing mystery. Who is this mysterious person? How did he-or she-die? And how did the body wind up on Two Tree Island? As Louie begins the search for clues, he has no idea where this mystery will lead him or the incredible events that will transpire over the next few months. A whiteout Christmas . . . a strange illness . . . a shipwrecked crew . . . a time of testing . . . it's all here in Mystery and Mishap, the third installment in the adventures of Louie Hollander and his friends. "Terry Webb's style is always enjoyable and never preachy. She presents a realistic picture of life at an island lighthouse more than a century ago with all its harshness, dangers and beauty. This book series provides an ideal way for young people to learn about this important part of our nation's maritime history. Th is newest book in the series is the best yet!" --Jeremy D'Entremont, www.lighthouse.cc On December 1, 2006, the author gave copies of books in the Louie series to First Lady Laura Bush, whose own love for reading inspired her to become a national advocate for encouraging young boys to read.