The Pelican Pete Series
by Frances Keiser
The Adventures of Pelican Pete is an entertaining, educational resource with appropriate environmental values that is expressed visually with detailed art work in vivid coloring.
A story in rhyme about a pelican egg which hatches into curious young pete. To protect his head from the sun, his parents find a child’s cap for him to wear.
“The ocean’s a wonderful place to be.” But what would happen if that weren’t so? Read an entertaining rhyming story to your children and grandchildren while teaching a lesson to aid our wildlife and environment. Curious young Pete must learn to fly, fish, and never give up in this delightful journey into the world of nature.
The Johnson Family Adventures
by Jane R Wood
Thirteen-year-old Joey Johnson hears voices. Only he can’t find the people who belong to them. His curiosity leads him on a quest where he learns more than just history about the Nation’s Oldest City. He discovers he has a special connection to the past — something that changes his life forever.
Five-year-old Katy meets a pirate — is he real or imagined? Bobby and Joey visit an ancient cemetery and a 19th century fort, as Bobby searches for the buried treasure that is rumored to still be hidden on the island. Local legends and tales of ghosts add to a story filled with colorful characters, humorous situations, and a youthful spirit of adventure.
In Trouble on the St. Johns River, the Johnson kids Joey, Bobby and Katy are up to their adventurous ways again. But this time, instead of exploring history, they re making it! Joey and Bobby start their summer vacation by setting out for their favorite fishing pond, but end up leading a crusade to clean up the environment instead.