Amanda Ross had a wonderful adventure in the United Arab Emirates. She will never forget the camel race, shopping at the souq, swimming in the Persian Gulf and riding a camel. When she came back to Canada and told her friends about her travels, some of them didn’t believe her but that was OK. She made a scrap book with the pictures she took and of the souvenirs she collected. She even had a picture of her and Ali Baba, the camel she treasured. Read about her adventures in Amanda in Arabia-The Perfume Flask
She kept in touch with Leah, the friend she made in the UAE, by email. When Leah invited her to come to Spain to spend a holiday with her, Amanda jumped at the chance. She did extra chores at home, babysat and took on a paper route to save up money for the trip. Spain was wonderful and she got to see and do a lot. She visited Madrid, explored a mountain town with houses hanging on the edge of cliffs, stayed overnight in an old, spooky monastery, took part in a tomato fight and discovered the amazing sights of Barcelona.
There was only one problem; a young girl, looking amazingly like a girl in a famous painting, kept showing up wherever Amanda and Leah happened to be. Following her was an evil horse dealer who seemed determined to make life miserable for everyone. Could Amanda keep this sweet young girl, and her beloved pony, safe without bringing harm to herself and Leah? Read about these adventures in Amanda in Spain-The Girl in the Painting
Amanda travels to England to spend spring break with Leah. She has to get used to funny accents and cars driving on the opposite side of the road. The girls visit the Isle of Wight where they meet Charlie, a kind old book seller, and his cat Rupert. During their visit they discover a vintage book is missing from a set, meet a couple of dubious teenagers and a suspicious woman. Amanda enjoys her first sail boat ride, and has fun exploring Hampton Court, Harrod’s, The Tower of London and Windsor Castle. Charlie, Rupert and the teenagers keep showing up as well as two men in dark suits. What has happened to the missing novel and why is Charlie acting so strange?
Find out in Amanda in England-The Missing Novel, the third in the series.
Amanda is delighted to show Leah around Alberta when she visits her from England. They take in the Calgary Stampede, tour a ranch, visit Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, spend time at the Royal Tyrrell Dinosaur Museum and explore the Drumheller Hoodoos. When Amanda finds a stone with a unique mark on it, she doesn’t think it’s very important, until everyone appears to want it. Is this stone worth ruining Leah’s holiday and risking their lives. Spend time with Amanda in Alberta as she attempts to decipher the writing on the stone in the fourth Amanda adventure Amanda in Alberta – The Writing on the Stone.
Read the first chapter of each book: http://www.centralavenuepublishing.com/Books/Amanda%20in%20Arabia/
Coming October 1, 2016
Amanda is on an elegant riverboat with her bestie, Leah, cruising down the beautiful Danube, passing medieval castles, luscious green valleys and charming villages. She is entrusted with a valuable violin by a young, homeless musician during a stop in Nuremberg, Germany. Not long after, a mischievous young boy attempts to take the instrument from her.
Amanda and Leah see some amazing sights as they explore Melk Abbey, the musical city of Vienna and the historical city of Budapest. Along the way, they meet a mysterious monk, a Santa Claus look-alike, a kind violinist and the same nasty boy. While exploring the scary catacombs of St. Stephens Cathedral or wandering the cobblestone streets of Regensburg, can she keep the precious violin safe for the poor prodigy? Follow Amanda down the Danube as she enjoys the enchanting sounds of music everywhere she goes, but wonders who she can trust.