In Between the Pages Jack vs. the Tornado and The Hunt for Fang (Tree Street Kids Series) by Amanda Cleary Eastep

 





Hello Friends! Come find out about this Middle-Grade
 series-The Tree Street Kids. 

We'll take a glimpse into the pages of the first series book, Jack vs. The Tornado

Congratulations to Author Amanda Cleary Eastep on her upcoming debut, they release April 6th, as a series author. Thank you to Moody Publishers for the honor of previewing these wonderful books. 


Adventures, friendships, and faith-testers . . . all under the watchful eye of a great big God.

The Tree Street Kids live on Cherry, Oak, Maple, and Pine, but their 1990s suburban neighborhood is more than just quiet, tree-lined streets. Jack, Ellison, Roger, and Ruthie face challenges and find adventures in every creek and cul-de-sac—as well as God’s great love in one small neighborhood.

In the first book of the Tree Street Kids series, 10-year-old Jack is shocked to discover his parents are moving from their rural homestead to the boring suburbs of Chicago. Full of energy and determination, Jack devises a plan to get himself back to his beloved farmhouse forever. Only three things stand in his way: a neighbor in need, a shocking discovery, and tornado season. Will Jack find a solution? Or is God up to something bigger than Jack can possibly imagine?





Back cover copy-

When your parents make your family move, it can really rock your world.

So when Jack Finch has to move to the Chicago suburbs, he devises a plan to get himself back to his beloved farmhouse forever. Only three things stand in his way: a neighbor in need, a shocking discover, and tornado season. Will Jack find a solution? Or is God up to something bigger than Jack can possibly imagine?



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Next, we'll dive into the second series book-The Hunt For Fang. Fantastic title, isn't it?






In Book 2 of the Tree Street Kids series, Jack and his friends learn some survival skills at the church’s summer camp. They’ll need them! Determined to find Ruthie’s lost cat and protect Jack’s new puppy from Fang, the local wildlife, the kids head deep into the woods. Just when they think they’ve cornered the “enemy,” the kids realize someone has gone missing. Is Fang up to no good? Or will faith and friendship be enough to see the kids make it out alive?


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Jack and his friends learn some survival skills at the church's summer camp. They'll need them!


Determined to find Ruthie's lost cat and protect Jack's new puppy from Fang, the local wildlife, the kids head deep into the woods. Just when they think they've cornered the "enemy," the kids realize someone has gone missing. Is Fang up to no good? Or will faith and friendship be enough to see the kids make it out alive?


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Praise for The Tree Street Kids series-

"The Tree Street Kids series is full of adventure, mystery, and is a flat-out good read! As a young reader, I grabbed a book that encouraged my faith and devoured it. I think the same thing will happen as children read this series. Bravo!"
-Chris Fabry, author, and host of Chris Fabry Live! on Moody Radio




"The Tree Street Kids will be one of those book series you and your kids want to read again and again. These neighborhood kids are so funny and real and engaging; they seem like they might just live next door. I love tagging along as they tackled big adventures and grappled with real-life situations. As a Christian parent, I treasure books that tell great stories and point children to God. Yes, both things are possible, and Amanda does it well. Enjoy!"
-Jamie Janosz, managing editor, Today in the Word   



About the Author





Amanda Cleary Eastep is not related to Beverly Cleary but she wishes she were. She is, however, a children's writer and the TREE STREET KIDS is her debut series. Her children's writing has been published in Ladybug and The Friend; she is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrator' and she leads writing workshops at her local teen center. Cleary Estep is also the senior editor at Moody Publishers in Chicago. Learn more about Amanda and the series at treestreetkids.com



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