When the summer sun was hot and the lake sparkled, Jan Paul and his daddy would spend a lot of time around on the waves in Ogopogoland with their bright yellow ski machine. They did not anticipate that Eddie Eagle and Martin Magpie would plan to rob them of the hard-earned money Ogi had collected with jet ski rides. It was a scary situation, but Ogi, Jan Paul, and daddy on the jet ski speedily raced across the water to the Giggley Waters bank, and all was well in the end.
Kathy Ferguson is a former R.N. with four grown children. She was born in the Okanagan Valley and has a wide variety of interests, chief among them writing poems and stories for children. This is her fourth publication in a series about Ogi, a mythical monster who supposedly lives and thrives in the Okanagan Lake.