An 11-year old says “He [Jeff Alt] sure knows how to tell a story. This book had it all!" Mommy's Block Party
The Adventures of Bubba Jones makes Backpacker Magazine’s ‘Five Adventure Books You Need To Read This Summer.’
The Adventures of Bubba Jones makes the USAToday.com
"Educational and fun to read. I learned a lot." -Erin S., 5th grade
“If your kids loved the Magic Treehouse books, they will LOVE this series too… If you are a homeschooling parent, you will want to pick up EVERY book in this series, to add to your science, history and reading curriculums!...”
Bubba Jones Buzz:
Recommended by National Geographic for older elementary kids interested in national parks and as a read aloud for younger kids.
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August, 2017: The Adventures of Bubba Jones books earned the Story Monster seal of approval- Kid-tested! Judge Certified!
August, 2017: The Adventures of Bubba Jones book series was optioned for film.
June, 2017: The Adventures of Bubba Jones (#2) is a winner in the Outdoor Writers Association of America (OWAA) Excellence in Craft contest; third place in the Youth Audience Category.
November, 2016: The Adventures of Bubba Jones books #1 & #2 placed as award-winning finalists in the USA Book News “Best Book” awards in the Children's Education and Children's Fiction Categories.
Saturday, May 12th, 1:00pm -2:00pm Wilderness Wildlife Week, Le Conte Center, Pigeon Forge, TN, 1:00pm-2:00pm, Time Travel with Bubba Jones and family through the Great Smoky Mountains. FREE
Saturday, June 16th, 11am Shenandoah NTL. Park, 11:00am, Byrd Visitor Center, Travel back in time, meet a former president and the CCC that built the park. Come Prepared for a short stroll.
Tuesday, June 19th, 7pmat Sherman's of Bar Harbor ( 56 Main St., Bar Harbor, ME 04609; (207) 288-3161) First official Book signing of the Adventures of Bubba Jones, book #3, Time Traveling Through Acadia National Park.
More events on the way. Stay Tuned!
Did you know that families with a 4th grader are eligible for a FREE annual national park pass? Here's the website:Every Kid in a Park