the expeditioners and the treasure of drowned man’s canyon
by s.s. taylor
vermont is more than beautiful views and amazing startups. it’s also home to many authors!
sarah stewart taylor’s (writing as s. s. taylor) new book “the expeditioners and the treasure of drowned man’s canyon” is being released this weekend.
set in the future, when there is no more internet, “the expeditioners” has everything a young adventure reader wants in a book:
- wild riches
just read chapter one and you’ll see – you’ll want to read what happens next.
“Full of kid power, clues, codes and maps, this will appeal to sophisticated readers who appreciate their adventure served with heaping helpings of cleverness.” -kirkus reviews
with wonderful illustrations by center for cartoon studies (which is in vermont, btw) graduate katherine roy, young readers will find her visual interpretation of the characters and scenes quite compelling.
sarah has a fun website too – readers can design their own maps of the world as well as their own explorers vests.
want a copy? order here or better yet, come meet sarah at these book signings this weekend:
- nov 17 2-4 p.m. norwich bookstore norwich, vt
- nov 23 11 a.m. bear pond books montpelier, vt
- dec 7 5-8 p.m. center for cartoon studies first friday holiday open house
- dec 9 2-4 p.m. misty valley books chester, vt
check here for more events.
buy local. read local.