What would Hawaii be without Surfing?? Leilani is a big surfer-girl. Her surfing buddy is Maile’s older brother, Kainoa. Leilani’s been surfing with him since she was eitht-years-old, but now that she’s 13, she looks at 16-year-old Kainoa a little differently. Hmm . . . I remember the angst of teeny-bopper crushes—do you?
Then there’s Sam and all his Snacking. He always has something in his pocket to chomp on. I wonder how long he can go before he digs in his pocket again?
Finally, the big S words for the kids include: Sleuthing, Snooping and Solution. Come along with the members of The Hawaiian Island Detective Club as they Solve the mystery of who’s been vandalizing the pineapple fields.
Blog Tour Continues!! Please visit Sharon Srock’s Blog from Friday, August 31, to read a review/interview about Pineapples in Peril!
And don’t forget to come back again on Thursday when I continue to travel through the alphabet, giving you little snippets of words from Pineapples in Peril (Book 1 of The Hawaiian Island Detective Club.) It’s the ABCs OF THE HIDC!—until the release date for Pineapples on October 2, 2012.
Aloha, and Mahalo for visiting!
The Hawaiian Island Detective Club
Book One—Pineapples in Peril
RELEASES OCTOBER 2, 2012