Yes, the Hawaiian Islands are famous for many things, including pineapples.
Did you know it takes eighteen months for a pineapple to mature? Wow! Now, don’t they taste even sweeter and more special?
So what would happen if someone vandalized the fruit growing in the fields? It would be devastating to the crop and the plantation.
This scenario becomes very real in Book One of The Hawaiian Island Detective Club series, entitled Pineapples in Peril. Here’s a little blurb:
When the sweet wafting scent of ripe pineapples
collides head-on with the moldy odor of crushed, rotting fruit,
members of The Hawaiian Island Detective Club
set in motion a plan to find the culprits
who vandalized the Tong Plantation.
Now thirteen years of age
and no longer content to solve pretend mysteries,
LEILANI AKAMAI, MAILE ONAKEA, and SAM BENNETT
discover an opportunity to be true detectives
and solve their first real crime.
Would you like to learn more about Leilani, Maile, and Sam? I hope so, and I will tell you more in the weeks to come. Please e-mail me or comment if you have questions you’d like to ask these characters. They love to talk and love attention, so ask away!
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In appreciation of pineapples,