Today we are focusing on the third book in the series, the title of which is Landon Snow and the Island of Arcanum. From the website:
Landon Snow is back in his third adventure into the realm of Wonderwood. This time, Landon Snow finds himself on a wild adventure at sea. When a huge, ark-like vessel emerges, Landon – and his sisters – join a quest to find the Island of Arcanum, where the animals of Wonderwood are imprisoned. With the help of his old friends-a horse named Melech, elfish valley folk, a girl named Ditty, and the poet/prophet Vates-Landon seeks to unlock the island’s dark secrets and escape with the animals. But he must battle storms and the villainous Arcans-pirates who hoard animals as treasure. Will Landon ever make it back to Wonderwood alive?
I enjoy Landon Snow a lot and rumor has it (from those with kids) that the stories hit their intended mark: children–and those who read to them. Landon’s adventures happen whenever he visits the Button Up Library across the street from his grandparents’ house. Landon’s sisters Holly–who counts everything that is countable and some things that really aren’t–and Bridget–who falls asleep every time she gets in the car or there’s any lull in action–both accompany Landon on this biggest adventure yet. Author R. K. Mortenson (Randy) has a whacky sense of humor that shows up often in this great series for kids.
Check out the website for the series here and buy the book here!
I *think* this is a correctly updated list of links for the blog tour. My connection was so awful yesterday (dialup at home) that I couldn’t go back and check it all. Apologies to anyone who tried to click through as there were several errors.
Todd Michael Greene
Karen and at Karen’s myspace
Lost Genre Guild
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Daniel I. Weaver
Think the books sound like a great Christmas gift for your kids or a family you love? Mirtika Schultz is giving away a set of all THREE Landon Snow books. Go on over and post a comment saying you want to be entered in her contest!
Nice touch, Valerie–promoting a tour-mate’s contest. I love it.
Great job. Sorry about the dial-up problems. I can sympathize (us dial-ups need to stick together! 😉
R. K. Mortenson says
Thanks, Valerie. God bless you today!