The Fishing Chronicles Book Series: Captivate your kids to read more and get them excited about the outdoors with this 5 book series. Adventures from a river raft camping & fishing trip, to entering the local ice fishing contest in order to save the family bait shop. With an exciting new adventure in every book, we promise your kids will not be able to stop reading.
Each book contains a new main character, and a life learning lesson for kids to take with them as they finish their read.
Learning Life Lesson(s) From Each Book: Book 1: Do what's right, and pursue your passion Book 2: Friendship, sticking together, and doing the right thing Book 3: Family, tradition, and not being judgmental of others Book 4: Teamwork, friendship, and determination Book 5: Never giving up, hope, and healthy competition
Lane Walker aims to help kids get back into reading and off video games and technology, while giving them content they can relate to, keeping them interested in reading.
Book Specifications: Width x Height: 5.25" x 7.5" Average Pages: 140 Pages Cover Style: Softcover
Who doesn’t look forward to summer camp? Two weeks of sun and fun were just what Presley’s parents thought she needed. Too bad she didn’t feel the same way. . .
Growing up in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, was all fourteen-year-old Presley Walton knew. In fact, the teen had never ventured far beyond the city limits. Her world revolved around chilling in her bedroom, using her cell phone, and being on social media. Presley was getting ready to enjoy a typical summer, but her parents had other plans.
Before she knew it, Presley was on a smelly, old bus heading to the middle of nowhere. Nowhere, otherwise known as Camp Golden Arrow, would be her home sweet home for two weeks. It was the same camp her mom had attended when she was a teen. Her mom’s stories of camp friendships, cabin contests, and outdoor fun already made Presley dread this forced adventure.
Mia and Ann, identical twins, team up with Presley to make the fourteen days unforgettable. Epic prank wars, standing up to the camp bully, and fishing for Big Lou, a 100-pound blue catfish, make the camp experience one for the record books.
Will the girls of D Cabin go down in the history books of Camp Golden Arrow. . . or will they become the next victims of the B Cabin boys?
Rock Conrad was set to begin the best and final year of his high school education. He could hardly wait. This was his year!
Rock and Eddie, best friends and teammates, were poised to make history as the first ever bass fishing state champions at Polk High School. Last year they finished in the top ten, but this year their eyes were on first place. During the summer, the pair spent many hours on Rock’s boat, perfecting their fishing skills. The many lakes throughout Texas kept Rock occupied and happy. When he was on the water, he was at home.
This was also set to be an epic year on the gridiron for the Polk High Panthers. The state of Texas is known for many things, and football is definitely one of them. The football players were local celebrities. Desmond Ward, the senior quarterback, was a fan favorite and had already accepted a full ride scholarship at Texas A&M. His high school passing records ranked him at the top with some of the greatest players to come out of Texas.
Rock wasn’t interested in Desmond, his scholarship, or his records. In fact, he despised him. He didn’t despise the game of football. Rock actually studied it and loved it. He just wasn’t good at playing it. He was good at bass fishing, though, and he knew his time to shine was this year.
His hopes and dreams quickly unraveled when a freak accident changed everything. Polk High’s fishing dream team was no more. Rock was put in an impossible spot. He was either going to come out the hero or the laughing stock of the school. This was not how he envisioned his senior year.