Shipwrecks. World powers at war. A hidden island. The Expeditioners and the Secret of King Triton's Lair, the second book in Vermont author S.S. Taylor's middle-grade Expeditioner series, has it all.
In Taylor's alternate universe, computers were invented in 1880 and abandoned in 1980, leaving huge swaths of the Earth uncharted. Kit, Zander and M.K. West are new students at the Academy for the Exploratory Sciences when Kit discovers a mysterious map left behind by their father, a famous — and presumed dead — explorer. The discovery leads the West siblings on what Kirkus Reviews calls, "a quickly paced and entertainingly twisty adventure."
Illustrations by Katherine Roy, a Center for Cartoon Studies grad, add to the steampunk feel.
A unique summer camp for boys ages 10-14 in the heart of the Green Mountains. At Night Eagle, we live in tipis and do things that boys did hundreds of years ago - learn survival skills (fire making with flint & steel or bow drills, plant identification, tracking, camouflage), create…(more)