Book 4 Ahoy! In the fourth voyage of the series, we follow friends we met in Of Icebergs and Iguanas on an adventure of their own. There just might be treasure involved!
Nick built his fort high atop a mighty tree, and he didn't want to share it with anybody...no marching bands...no submarines...not ANYBODY! Then Nick got bored...and lonely. Maybe...just maybe he'll change his mind!
Time to set sail! On the fifth voyage of the series, we continue the adventure of our friends from "Of Wings and Wanderings". Have you ever met a whistling walrus?
It's a beautiful, sunny day, and a small boy has plenty of lemonade but no one to share it with. He does, however, have his imagination. Take a look and see who joins him to have some cold, delicious, pink lemonade!
The Shelldon Adventure Series follows young Shelldon, a boy who lives alone on a tropical island, as he sets sail upon the sea. He must discover what lies beyond the horizon! Come along as he embarks on many a strange and wondrous journey. Throughout the series more colorful characters join the fun and pursue adventures of their own. The first story in the series is Of Pirates and Pearls. Here we are introduced to Shelldon, his island, and his special talent.
Book two: The adventures continue! Here be the second voyage of Shelldon. In the great tradition of Gilgamesh, Shelldon sails the high seas in his magnificent craft. What seafaring fun awaits? Steady as she goes...Vikings dead ahead!
Have you ever found something on the ground and wondered how it got there? Heather loves to use her imagination! One morning, on her way to the park, Heather finds a feather on the ground. She creates a CRAZY story to go along with the feather. As she continues her walk, Heather finds other objects, and creates more, even CRAZIER stories to go along with them!
Book three: Brrr! There's a chill in the air! We've reached the third voyage in the Shelldon adventure series to find...an iceberg at the equator? Listen, and join in on the fun! There are some new friends waiting!
In this fairy tale, forest animals discover a chair that sits atop a cliff overlooking a beautiful view. The animals share the chair and enjoy the view until they are joined by a selfish bear. The story is told in a style reminiscent of the tales of Mother Goose and The Brothers Grimm.