TEEF has created an amazing eco adventure book for kids and those who are young at heart. Trevor's Travels Eco Adventures - The Ocean Calls is an amazing journey of a young boy, who along with his dog, travel a heroes path together, making new friends along the way, while trying to overcome the environmental challenges we all face. This grassroots project involves, creating an educational adventure book series and curriculum for grade school children. To make this project a reality, we are in the process of creating a fundraising effort through www.kickstarter.com, that provides some amazing and unique one-of-a-kind opportunities and offerings. (Please note: Our Kickstarter fundraising campaign is not currently active.) A formal announcement will be made once the campaign has been officially launched. Stay tuned, there is more to come...
Trevor's Travels Eco Adventures: The Ocean Calls. Coming Soon!
The mysterious Loculuna Bug
TEEF is almost ready to publish and launch its first book in the Trevor’s Travels Eco Adventure series entitled The Ocean Calls.
The Ocean Calls is a humorous and educational adventure book designed for middle grades readers ages 8 to 12. The main character Trevor Duncan, is an adventurous 12 year old who loves animals, especially his best pal Stray, an Australian shepherd dog. Trevor is specially chosen to help endangered species in the Pacific Ocean near his California home, and sets off on the biggest adventure of his life! The Ocean Calls brings to life the important decisions we all must face regarding the perils of plastic pollution and its effect on marine life, our oceans, and, ultimately, the rest of the planet.
The other books in the Trevor’s Travels Eco Adventure book series will include adventure tales in other parts of the world, addressing continent specific challenges with local endangered species and other environmental problems.
Trevor listening as Nigel the Crab explains why the animals need him.
An Excerpt from The Ocean Calls
Sunday morning again found Trevor and Stray deep in the redwood forest. Trevor wandered slowly through the mist, soaking in the rich atmosphere of animal and plant life. He heard a chorus of birdsong and stopped to listen. He recognized most of the calls, but several eluded him. Trevor closed his eyes to enjoy the unfamiliar music.
“Ouch!” Trevor’s eyes jerked open. “What’s that?” A glittering turquoise insect stared at him brazenly through golden eyes, jabbing its stinger into his arm. Trevor swiped at it and the bug rose into the air on iridescent green wings, passing over his head with a buzz. A tingling sensation started in Trevor’s arm and spread throughout his slight body. The insect’s buzzing slowly shifted into speech. “You don’t have much time, kid. Use it well.”
Huh? That can’t be right. Trevor opened his mouth to answer, but the bug soared away, trailing glowing green sparkles in the mist.