Dive into adventure with Sammi Jo and her cousin, Jake, as they embark on a wild adventure full of legendary and mysterious underwater creatures!
Sammi Jo finds another “clue” on the beach and is totally confused about what it could mean. The clue is a flyer to a rodeo in town. Watching the parade and the rodeo, she begins to imagine the possibilities of the clue and becomes certain that Screech left it for her to find! But what could it be?
Jake, Sammi Jo’s cousin, arrives unexpectedly and joins her in discovering a whole new hidden world full of the creatures of mystery and legends. They join in on an amazing event and prove to themselves that all things are possible if you believe in yourself!
Dede Stockton is the red-headed, only child who was always seeking a new friend. The stories about Sammi Jo and her seaside adventures stem from Dede’s imagined adventures when she was a child and living near beaches all over the world as a military brat!
Most places did not have television, or at least not American television, and because she is an only child and there were no electronic devices in those days, she read... Anything she could get her hands on!
Many of the places she lived were on or near the oceans, so, just like Sammi Jo, she believed that there were magical adventures to be had under the water!
Dede began telling stories of Sammi Jo and her sea monster friend to her children as bed time stories. As the stories, and her children, grew, she decided she should write them so other children could enjoy the adventures as well.
At long last... The rework of Book 2 - Sammi Jo and the Best Rodeo Ever! is now available on Amazon!!
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Sammi Jo and the Best Rodeo Ever! (Sammi Jo Adventure Series, Book 2)
The rodeo began with a parade of the cowboys and cowgirls that would be participating in the event. There were hundreds of beautiful horses prancing around the arena. Their riders were all dressed in western gear and carrying flags and banners. Some of the riders rode their horses into the middle of the arena to show them off, having them twirl, rear, and walk on their two hind legs. As one beautiful white horse was walking and twirling on its legs, Sammi Jo couldn’t help but notice how much it looked like the pictures of the unusual sea horses she had seen in the souvenir shop. If she used her imagination, she could just “see” the tail replacing the two hind legs!