Dr. Kellogg authors ‘Barry Baskerville’s Marvelous Memory’

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cover of “Barry Baskerville’s Marvelous Memory,” the fifth book in the series about a boy detective Dr. Richard Kellogg, professor emeritus of psychology at Alfred State, is the author of a new book titled, “Barry Baskerville's Marvelous Memory” (Airship 27, 2017).

This book is the fifth entry in a popular series of mysteries for children, and is available on the Amazon website. The book contains beautiful color illustrations by Gary Kato, a prominent Hawaiian artist.

“Barry Baskerville's Marvelous Memory” shows children how accurate observations, adequate repetition, and mnemonic techniques can enhance their memorization skills. The hero of the adventure is a precocious youngster named Barry Baskerville who has dreams of becoming a famous detective just like Sherlock Holmes.

Upon acquiring a new telescope, Barry teaches his classmates how to memorize the colors of the rainbow, the planets in our solar system, and other facts related to the field of astronomy. Barry even uses his remarkable memory to prevent his parents from being swindled by dishonest salespeople.

Dr. Kellogg is the author of four previous books dealing with Sherlock Holmes. He enjoys introducing readers to a world of enchantment that is inhabited by the great detective and his loyal colleague, Dr. John Watson.