Frobble: Long Road Home

The Second Book in the Frobble Series – Frobble: Long Road Home Continues the Journey and further solidifies the Friendship! With the joys of finding their way home comes a chance for a return to normal. chores, summer fun, and the anticipation for the start of the school year permeate the daily life. Before the summer gets away from Henry, Frobble, and their friends, they long for one more adventure. What they didn’t know is that this adventure may open a doorway to Frobble’s past that can never be closed. Share Frobble’s journey in Frobble: Long Road Home

Meet Frederick Froehlich

Dr. Fro, as his students love to call him, is a public middle school teacher and college professor in Southeastern Pennsylvania working primarily with the special education population. Fred is a proud husband to Julie and father to three amazing children Leah, Freddie, and Danielle. It is out of the love for his children that Dr. Fro’s stories have come. While spending quality time reading to his children at night time, what became evident was that the Froehlich children were all going to be amazing readers. The passion for reading at bedtime made it a challenge to find new books which would lead to the creation of the title character Frobble. Improvising stories to entertain his children about the miscreant behaviors of a pesky child, Frobble, the Froehlich children would start to request “Frobble Stories” instead of traditional books at night. After attempting to craft a method for helping his students to increase reading and writing proficiency, Dr. Fro came up with the idea to have his students write books. They would write a minimum of 30 pages and eventually publish them through a digital self-publishing software. The idea was initially met with resistance but when Mr. Fro agreed to take on the task as well, it would allow many students to show incredible growth and buy in during class time. The challenge to produce the book for his students resulted in the motivation for the Frobble Series. The experience has helped Fred to identify a new passion for writing stories to inspire children based on values such as loyalty, honor, respect, friendship, and healthy social and emotional bonds.

This book tell the story of a fairy on an adventure. Discovering the wonderful world of nature.Speaking to the animals and plants around her. Enjoying and observing wildlife. She also goes underwater to explore marine life. This book is fill of vibrant colorful pictures with great details of nature. Ages 3 to 7

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Lucky’s Adventure in the Great Outdoors

A city dog and a city cat set out on a camping trip in the Adirondack Mountains!  

Will they make new friends with the forest animals? Will they learn to work as a team? 

Join Lucky the rescue dog and her pals on their 3rd adventure as they take an action-packed canoe ride that leads to some rather unlucky situations.

Although they are all different, Lucky, Hershey and the forest animals realize that with a little kindness, gratitude and cooperation they can build new friendships and have more fun together!

Kids of all ages and animal lovers will fall in love with this beautifully illustrated 8 1/2 x 11 hardcover book. Perfect for ages 2-8 (toddlers, preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade) Makes an excellent gift for birthdays and baby showers.

Share the outdoor adventure today!  Join Lucky on her 1st adventure, Lucky’s Adventure in Saratoga, inspired by the true story when Lucky was lost, and her 2nd adventure while her friends have some winter fun and visit a rescue shelter in Lucky’s Adventure in Winter Wonderland

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Arthur The Adventure Dog – In The Woods

Arthur the adventure dog is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier. He loves nothing more than to explore new places and investigate new things, meeting animals and learning all about them on the way. Join Arthur as he goes on an adventure in the woods, to learn about the creatures that live there, and to make new friends.

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