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J&P Voelkel bring The Jaguar Stones series alive at McDougle Middle School!
J&P Voelkel bring The Jaguar Stones series alive
at McDougle Middle School!
Thursday, March 22 from 8:45 to 9:45 am
Come join in on the fun with a high-energy, multimedia presentation guaranteed to keep kids on the edge of their seats. Enter the mysterious world of The Jaguar Stones, where ancient Mayan temples come alive, and danger lurks around every corner in the Central American rainforest. It’s a place filled with history, mythology, and the wonders of nature, where every day is a battle for survival.
With J&P Voelkel as your guides, you’ll experience some of the sights, sounds and tastes of the wild. You’ll also meet the guardians of this forest - the Maya, past and present - and learn why so much about them remains unknown. Rather than read to you from their books, the Voelkels bring you into the world that inspires them - and share some of their experiences researching, writing and illustrating the Jaguar Stones.
ORDER YOUR SIGNED COPY OF THE BOOKS HERE!
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Be sure to list your CHILD'S NAME and TEACHER NAME in the COMMENTS section during checkout.
Choose "pick up at store", pay onlineand we'll deliver the books to school for you!
In the newest book, The End of the World Club, with the so-called end of the Mayan calendar fast approaching, fourteen-year-old Max Murphy and his new friend Lola, a modern Maya girl, are racing against time to outwit the twelve Lords of Death. The Jaguar Stones series is one of of the fastest growing new middle-grade series and we are extremely excited to have the Voelkel's visit!
When they’re not writing and illustrating their books or visiting schools, the Voelkels are usually traveling in Central America, attending Maya conferences, and studying Maya glyphs.
The Voelkels will give an encore presentation at Flyleaf Books on Thursday March 22nd at 7pm.