Lost in Boston

The Johnson family is traveling again. This time, they fly to Boston and explore several historic landmarks, including the Paul Revere House, the Old North Church, and the USS Constitution anchored in Boston Harbor. New experiences — like riding a subway for the first time, sampling new foods, and helping solve a crime — add discovery and intrigue to this newest family adventure.

Mom’s Choice Awards - Silver Recipient

Florida Authors and Publishers Association President’s Gold Award

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Gracie reviews Lost in Boston

Ghosts on the Coast: A Visit to Savannah and the Low Country

brings another adventure of the ghostly kind to the Johnson family as they explore three historic southern cities on their summer vacation. Not only do Joey, Bobby and Katy learn some history about Savannah, Charleston and Pawleys Island, South Carolina, but they also encounter numerous ghost stories. Young readers won't know they're learning history; they'll only know they're having fun as they follow these kids on their latest adventure.

Mom’s Choice Awards - Silver Recipient

Lexile Measure: 790

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Trouble on the St. Johns River

Trouble on the St. Johns River is the third in a series of juvenile fiction books written by Jane R. Wood. Her first two books, Voices in St. Augustine (2004) and Adventures on Amelia Island: A Pirate, a Princess, and Buried Treasure (2007) also feature the Johnson family with three kids - two boys, ages nine and thirteen, and a five-year-old little sister. While her first two books infuse local history into stories of mystery and adventure, Wood's third book has an environmental theme.

Mom’s Choice Awards - Silver Recipient

Accelerated Reader Book: AR Quiz # 147378
Book Level: 4.9
AR Points: 3.0

Lexile Measure: 760

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Adventures on Amelia Island:

A Pirate, a Princess, and Buried Treasure

Adventures on Amelia Island: A Pirate, a Princess, and Buried Treasure continues the escapades of the Johnson family. Five-year-old Katy meets a pirate - is he real or imagined? Bobby and Joey visit a cemetery and a 19th century fort, as Bobby searches for buried treasure that is rumored to still be hidden on the island. Local legends and tales of ghosts add to a story filled with colorful characters, humorous situations, and a youthful spirit of adventure.

Mom’s Choice Awards - Silver Recipient

Benjamin Franklin Award - Silver Recipient

Accelerated Reader: AR Quiz # 124141 Book Level: 4.5 AR Points: 3.0

Lexile Measure: 720

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Voices in St. Augustine

In Voices in St. Augustine, thirteen-year-old Joey Johnson becomes intrigued with an abandoned house and the voices he hears coming for its garden. His curiosity leads him on a quest where he learns more than just history about the "Nation's Oldest City." He discovers some new things about himself, and a mysterious connection that he has to the past.

Mom's Choice Awards - Silver Recipient

Lexile Measure: 690

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Schools: A Niche Market
for Authors

Many authors want to know how they can get their books into schools. Award-winning author and former teacher Jane R. Wood shares the many strategies she has used for ten years to successfully market and sell her books to schools. In her new e-book titled Schools: A Niche Market for Authors published authors will learn how to contact schools, create educational resources for their book, develop dynamic presentations for an author visit, and provide positive reinforcement to the schools' curricula. Wood shows how both teachers and students can benefit from a meaningful connection with a published author.

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