The fifth book in the Great Woods Books series features the author's
grandson Arthur, who like his cousins Emma and Bess and older brother
Martin before him ventures into the Great Woods with Grandma's
sheepdog Chaucer. They discover that little Beulah Bear is once again
in trouble, having fallen over a cliff at the Rock Creek.
Arthur knows his Grandfather, who climbed mountains with his father,
kept climbing ropes in his house. Arthur goes to get one and instructs
Chaucer to alert the woodland animals.
With the help of the animals Arthur is able to save Beulah.
Craig Howarth who has illustrated all the books once again provides the
The author, Arthur's grandfather lives with his wife Joann at the edge of
the Great Woods.