The girls are off to spend a day at the local wetland centre. Things begin to get interesting when Rachel finds strange prints in the mud. What made the prints? It looks as if dinosaurs are still alive. The girls are on the track of something strange. Kelly is not impressed when they find the answer. Making Tracks is part of the Siti's Sisters Series, in a set of six light-hearted fiction books designed to have particular appeal to girls. Siti and her friends are four girls who experience all sorts of life issues in this engrossing series. They are ideal for touching the hearts of young girls and always a great read. Each fast moving story is around 1200 - 1500 words in length, with tightly controlled vocabulary and contemporary black and white illustrations throughout to help readers engage and follow the narrative. Published by Ransom Publishing, the books are designed to appeal to reluctant readers ages 9 to 10 with a reading age of 7. There are a further 18 books in the series which build up reading skills and stamina. In the other sets in the series Siti and her sisters gradually grow up and the storylines develop into those suitable for young teenage girls.