Travels with Gannon & Wyatt is a middle-grade adventure series, written by Patti Wheeler and
Keith Hemstreet. I have to say, I love
adventure books! I have since I was
young. There is something about a crazy
adventure that always has me on the edge of my seat wanting to read more. Luckily, my kids inherited my love for
brothers Gannon and Wyatt as they travel the world. One of the most appealing parts of this book
for me (besides the content, which was wonderful!) was the fact that these boys
are homeschoolers. They have gone above
and beyond what they study by traveling to these places. Learning anything and everything they can
along the way.
Botswana, the Great Bear Rainforest, and Egypt.
My kids were most excited to start on the Egypt book because we have
been studying Ancient Egypt during the past couple of months.
the Youth Exploration Society’s Egyptian Antiquities Fellowship. They, along with their parents (a flight
attendant and artist) all make the trip to Egypt together. I really enjoy the motherly vibe I get from
the book, stressing the importance of learning and being grateful for the
opportunities that we have. The
beginning of the book concentrates on their learning about Cairo and some of
its history. Then the adventure
begins! I don’t want to give too much
away, but the kids really enjoyed the fast pace of this book. And, again, the journal format was easy to
read to them. They felt like they were
really in the story.
general. I would definitely recommend
this book to parents for their kids!
yourself, I am lucky enough to be able to offer all three of the books in this
series. All you need to do is leave a
comment below telling me which book you are most excited about!
want to head over there and get in on the action!
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.