Summer is almost officially here. Time for a grand vacation and KLR has a trip fantastic ready for you. Just grab hold of the green ticket and remember, “anywhere is possible.” Get ready to traverse Egypt and the Suez Canal, walk through the lush stalls of a Cairo marketplace, and visit the Pyramids and of course, The Sphinx.
Egypt is not what your style? Keep hold of that green ticket, hop into a tandem-rotor helicopter, and head over to Africa. Spend the night in the Treetops Tree Lodge in Nairobi. The same hotel in the trees where Princess Elizabeth awoke a Queen. Watch giraffe, zebra, and gazelles from the safety of a hot air balloon, all the while traveling with a baby elephant to keep you company and carry you across the desert.
Ready to take off? Grab the green ticket and go – admittance is FREE!
Ace London by Mirza-Javed & Kaj Melendez and illustrated by John Worsley . . 978-0-9570321-0-1 for Age 7 to 10 31 pages
“In an abandoned schoolroom in South London lies the rusted, hulking wreck of an old aeroplane, partially buried in fine sand. How the aircraft got there is a mystery, but hidden deep inside the twisted carcass of corroded metal and glass is an incredible secret: a fabulous passport that sails across time and space. Mighty forces that once powered the plane still surge through its skeletal remains, beckoning yet another adventurer to brave the aviator’s chair. From Barry O’Brien, the co-creator of Disney’s Hannah Montana, comes Ace London, the world-spanning adventures of an imaginative young English boy and a mysterious forest elephant named Hannibal. Glide across East Africa, soar past Kilimanjaro, and race through the sun-soaked side streets of Cairo, as Ace London tries to find his way home.”
Bill Melendez productions is currently offering free review copies of the first installment of ACE LONDON through participating bloggers.
The offer is simple. Accept a FREE copy of Ace London, and we will send you a high-quality, full-color PDF of the 31 page book. In exchange we ask you for an honest review on Amazon and/or Goodreads (link listed below the sign-up form). If you have your own blog, that would be great, too.
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NOTE: illustrations for The Race are now up, sorry I forgot them.