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Books in The Zooky Adventure Series series

  • Dave Dawson at Dunkirk

    R. Sidney Bowen

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Dec. 23, 2015)
    Bowen turned to writing in 1930, using his prestige as editor-in-chief of Aviation Magazine to write Flying From The Ground Up, a non-fiction work on how to fly an airplane. He began freelancing for pulp magazines. In 1934, he started his own pulp magazine, Dusty Ayres And His Battle Birds, for Popular Publications. Twelve issues were released, the first eleven published monthly from July 1934 through July 1935, with most issues released monthly. Bowen continued writing for mystery, adventure, sports, and aviation pulp magazines through the 1950s. After the invasion of Poland by Germany in 1939 sparked World War II, Crown Publishers called Bowen, asking for an adventure story based on the war. The Dave Dawson series , also known as the War Adventure series, was the result. Bowen got to work immediately, and the first book, Dave Dawson At Dunkirk, was published in 1941. A total of 15 volumes were released between 1941 and 1946.
  • Himalayan Adventures

    Penny Reeve

    Paperback (CF4Kids, Nov. 20, 2005)
    If mountain climbing is your thing you will enjoy coming on this expedition! If trekking through dangerous but breath taking terrain is something you've always longed to do then Himalayan Adventures is for you.There are tigers and elephants and monkeys galore, fascinating people. But watch out - the hairy caterpillars might sting you!Find out what it's like to be in the countries of the Himalayas such as India and Nepal and see God at work in his people and his creation.
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  • Squanto and the Pilgrims;

    A. M Anderson

    Hardcover (Wheeler Pub. Co, Jan. 1, 1949)
    INDIAN BOOK
  • Wild West Adventures

    Donna Vann

    Paperback (CF4Kids, Nov. 20, 2006)
    Cowboys and Indians, buffalo stampedes, eating well-roasted mouse as a cure for measles - what was it like to live in the Wild West? This area of America stretched from the Mississippi River all the way to the Pacific Ocean. Although you don't often see covered wagons or teepees these days, there are still cowboys and Indians. And the West is still wild - especially when you consider what else lives there - bears, coyotes and poisonous snakes! As well as amazing nature and incredible adventures, there are stories of people of faith who were inspired by Jesus. You can be like a pioneer as you explore this part of God's surprising and wonderful world. Come along on the journey!
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  • Cambodian Adventures

    Donna Vann

    Paperback (CF4Kids, )
    Find out what its like to live and work in the far east country of Cambodia amongst the Khmer people. Discover what it's like to work as a missionary in a Buddhist country. Join in with the adventure as you travel around in taxis, vans, trucks, carts and tuk-tuks - small roofed carriages pulled around by a motorcycle. Discover what a fried spider tastes like and what drink tastes like pureed cabbage! As you clamber through jungle and through rice paddy fields you will get find out what to do to repel a snakebite and how God loves the people here as much as anywhere. Which is why he has sent missionaries like Dave and Laura to share the good news of Jesus Christ with the Khmer. Even though many people in Cambodia know very little about the one true God, you will discover that God has not forgotten Cambodia. He is at work here in surprising ways. So come along, and don't forget your insect repellent!
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  • Outback Adventures

    Jim Cromarty

    Paperback (CF4Kids, Nov. 20, 2004)
    The outback in Australia is one of the wildest places there is, yet humans and animals survive in this hostile environment. Kangaroos, wallaby's, emus, all live and thrive alongside ranchers and merino sheep, swagmen and dingoes. In the shadow of the great Uluru or Ayres rock tourists and wild animals bake in the hot sun. People dig for gold and other treasures but the greatest treasure we can find anywhere is the word of God and the truth it tells us about God our Creator and our Saviour, Jesus Christ.
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  • Dave Dawson at Singapore

    R Sidney Bowen

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Dec. 24, 2015)
    Bowen turned to writing in 1930, using his prestige as editor-in-chief of Aviation Magazine to write Flying From The Ground Up, a non-fiction work on how to fly an airplane. He began freelancing for pulp magazines. In 1934, he started his own pulp magazine, Dusty Ayres And His Battle Birds, for Popular Publications. Twelve issues were released, the first eleven published monthly from July 1934 through July 1935, with most issues released monthly. Bowen continued writing for mystery, adventure, sports, and aviation pulp magazines through the 1950s. After the invasion of Poland by Germany in 1939 sparked World War II, Crown Publishers called Bowen, asking for an adventure story based on the war. The Dave Dawson series , also known as the War Adventure series, was the result. Bowen got to work immediately, and the first book, Dave Dawson At Dunkirk, was published in 1941. A total of 15 volumes were released between 1941 and 1946.
  • African Adventures

    Dick Anderson

    Paperback (CF4Kids, Nov. 20, 2006)
    True life missionary stories where the West meets Africa and both learn from each other as well as learn about God. Dick Anderson's stories are full of adventure, humour and faith. Learn what happens when the missionaries lose their way in the bush, when a leopard attacks a camel, when lions stalk the missionaries in their camp, when bandits arrive in the village and when the Turkana people realise that God speaks their language and Jesus Christ is the Son of God.
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  • Land of Dragons

    Steven Cressler

    Paperback (Independently published, Oct. 17, 2019)
    When several Americans come down holes into a strange land called Dulin, the evil Dragons from the Northern end have taken over. They must try to save themselves and the people of the country, but it is, no doubt, going to be very hard.
  • Zooky the Terrier Color and Play Share Journal

    C A Eichorn, Christine MacKenzie Design, cMACK Design

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Nov. 12, 2014)
    The Zooky the Terrier Color and Play Share Journal is a 50 page coloring and activity book inspired by the picture book, "What Can a Dog Do?" The book contains: β€’ Coloring Pages β€’ Activity Pages β€’ Game Pages β€’ Doodles β€’ A bonus Journal Section at the end to serve as a guide for a sharing project. Part of the Zooky and Friends collection, designed to initiate imagination and creativity. Inspired by an adventurous Oregon dog and his backyard friends. **A portion of every purchase will be dedicated to organizations that provide the basic essentials for children that live in distressed situations. A lot of littles can add up to make a big difference!** www.zookytheterrier.com
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  • Martin the Mushroom

    E. Berglark

    Paperback (The Publishing Circle, Dec. 23, 2019)
    Friends and treasures can be found in the most unexpected places.Long, long ago, when dinosaurs walked the earth, two unlikely friends – Martin the mushroom and Geo the geode – meet. Soon they embark on a fantastic journey. They discover anything can be an adventure, that mushrooms can live forever, volcanoes bring friends together, and someday a pile of stinky dinosaur poop can become a sought-after treasure.Based on earth’s geological history, Martin the Mushroom escorts your child through an educational journey from the Jurassic period to today. Your child learns about dinosaurs and diet, geology and gemstones, fossils and friendship, and best of all, confidence and the importance of communication.And remember – always keep an eye out for more books from The Treasure Adventures Series.
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  • Daniel Boone

    Edna McGuire, Jack Wheeler

    Hardcover (Harper & Row, March 15, 1961)
    HARDBACK