If you have a kiddo in your life that loves a good survival story, they won’t be able to put down these five fantastic books!
A Whale of the Wild weaves a heart-stopping tale of survival with impeccable research on a delicate ecosystem and threats to marine life.
Here are five classic nonfiction survival tales written for adults—to be read and passed on to young readers with a taste for adventure.
Steve Underwood’s The Borrowed Princess, the first in The Daughters of the Lost King series, presents a strong story of adventure, relationships, and royal family alliance-building.
Joe Beernink’s NOWHERE HOME follow-up to his debut, NOWHERE WILD is a tense, post-apocalyptic thriller that will keep you rushing through the pages until the twisty end.
Which five words best describe Survivor Diaries: Overboard!?
Terry Lynn Johnson: Intense. Chilling. Immediate. Factual. Exciting.
Extremely high stakes make Nowhere Wild, by Joe Beernink, a gripping read. Highly recommended.
Author Joe Beernink talks to us about his young adult book ‘Nowhere Wild’ and novel writing.
Enter to win a copy of Eye Of An Eagle: A Peter Poppin Adventure, by Janet Hafner, and a Skype of FaceTime visit with the author.
Giveaway begins March 6, 2017, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends April 6, 2017, at 11:59 P.M. PST.
Replete with pirate lore, tales of friendship, two strange men and a shaman, Eye of an Eagle: A Peter Poppin Adventure is a fast-paced and mystical coming-of-age tale set in the 19th century.