Don’t Miss the Boat!

The Adventures at Arrowhead Island

by Deborah Vallez



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/28/2016

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 84
ISBN : 9781480833173
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 84
ISBN : 9781480833166

About the Book

Summertime. It’s the time of year most children love. They leave classes behind and do what they love—have fun! Sometimes the fun includes a family vacation.

In author Deborah Vallez’s Don’t Miss the Boat!, The Adventures at Arrowhead Island the Benson family wastes no time in enjoying their summer vacation and head out for adventures on Lake Wateree. Join this energetic military family—Joe, Tom, Debbie, and, of course, Anna, their fearless pup—as they explore an island full of history and treasures from the time Wateree Indians lived there long ago. Share the fun and excitement as they test their skills at boating, waterskiing, fishing, and camping on a deserted island they call Arrowhead Island!

Lose yourself in the excitement of Don’t Miss the Boat!, The Adventures at Arrowhead Island. Let your imagination take you on a summer adventure.

About the Author

Deborah Vallez was born in Columbia, South Carolina, to a military family with two older brothers and an assortment of pets. During her childhood, the family lived in South Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland while their father completed numerous additional duty assignments abroad in support of the U.S. Air Force operations.

Deborah graduated from the University of South Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and from Webster University with a master’s in computer resource information systems management. She draws inspiration from her many life experiences, including a twenty-year career as a U.S. Naval officer and other adventures as an elementary school teacher, a program analyst subject matter expert for international integration supporting U.S. Joint Operations, and a small business owner supporting science technology engineering and math programs for children ages four to fourteen years old.

Deborah has one daughter who is now an adult working and living near Washington D.C. Deborah lives in Chesapeake, Virginia, with her dog Uli, and two cats, Honey and Desi.