Chisel Hedgehog Book 1 Search for the Past [NOOK Book]

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Summary: An awful mistake begins a summer-long crazy, great, and tragic adventure to search for clues to solve a mystery, and pure optimism in spirit and song maintains hope for forgiveness and success.
Chisel’s whole summer will turn out to be one perilous adventure after another, in places like the jungles of Volcano Island, The Haunted Woods, Look Around Mountain, and The Cave of the Tooth.
Chisel will have to develop plans of escape ...
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Chisel Hedgehog Book 1 Search for the Past

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Overview

Summary: An awful mistake begins a summer-long crazy, great, and tragic adventure to search for clues to solve a mystery, and pure optimism in spirit and song maintains hope for forgiveness and success.
Chisel’s whole summer will turn out to be one perilous adventure after another, in places like the jungles of Volcano Island, The Haunted Woods, Look Around Mountain, and The Cave of the Tooth.
Chisel will have to develop plans of escape including disguises #1, 2, and 3, use his flying skateboard hot-air-trash-bag-balloon-plane, and create the worst stink bomb recipe in the world to subdue his pursuers. He must overcome his own fear, and despair, always looking on the bright side of life by singing his songs of optimism. Then when all seems lost he must decide whether to follow mysterious images that appear to him.
Each day follow Chisel on the Master Map, listen to the songs he sings, and enjoy the pure “hootbalootin” fun, adventure, and optimism. Then journey with Chisel as he builds the world’s largest tree house (to shoot tomatoes at the Flying Squirrels with his giant sling shot), discover with him how to make gum with amazing flavors like buttered popcorn and pepperoni pizza, and see if he can find the treasure of Pootan’s Forest.
Then envision Chisel saying, “Hope is free, and hope is mine, today I grab it and will not let go! And if anyone has lost it, come see me. I have plenty you can borrow.”
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Editorial Reviews

Lynda Lotman
“For me, meeting Chisel was one of the highlights of the year. What I expected to be a pleasant editing project turned out to be an adventure in the hidden world around us. Though far from being a book that preaches, there are embedded lessons--simple truths that have proven applicable throughout time and cultures. The animals of Chisel’s world learn that a good heart prevails though life’s journey may be hazardous. This is a fun, upbeat book that children of all ages will e
Open-Press-Release.com - Rose G
Chisel Hedgehog Series by Perry Crompton is an interactive book for children, with stories to read, songs to listen to, pictures to look at, a web page to view, and games to play. The songs in the book are recorded on an accompanying CD. Crompton put his trust in Southern California producers and engineers Andreas Geck of San Andreas Recording Studios and Billie Stevens of Dinky Music Recording Studios. The soundtrack CD has 29 tracks and has a running time of 59 minutes. The inclusion of the s
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014607537
  • Publisher: McKellen-Caffey
  • Publication date: 7/11/2012
  • Series: Crazy Great Summer, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,329,508
  • Age range: 6 - 8 Years
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

The Chisel Hedgehog book series reminds me of when I once rose in a plane above rain and lightning to a beautiful blue sky atop a sea of cotton balls. I knew then that wherever we are, in whatever tough circumstances, life is better "somewhere" else -- and that somewhere is often a state of mind. That's when I moved from music producing to writing fun, adventurous books for children with a positive theme, and integrating music into them. I find my creativity while experiencing the best things in life -- which are free: the sound of the ocean, the view at the top of a mountain, the wind on my face. It's been fun writing about it. Life is good.
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