Released in 2015, Soul of the Elephant is the 16th movie by the award-winning filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert. The adventurous couple has been making films, protecting wildlife, and preserving habitat in Botswana for over 30 years. We are big fans of the Jouberts. Their films, photography and dedication to conservation inspired us before we traveled […]
As another year of school wraps, we at Travels with Gannon & Wyatt have put together an exciting summer reading list for middle graders. The beauty of long summer days is that they give us plenty of time to play outside, hang out with family and friends, and read! So grab a book, fire up your imaginations and […]
The world of a snow leopard is not well known to humans. That is because the habitat of a snow leopard is extremely uninviting. One of the rarest and most elusive animals on earth, the snow leopard lives at high altitudes of the Himalayan Mountains.
Travels with Gannon & Wyatt is what educators call “realistic fiction.” That means the books are a mix of imagination and reality — fictional adventures in realistic settings.
Happy Holidays from Travels with Gannon and Wyatt to you all the young explorers out there! Keep an eye out for more adventures in 2017!
Patti Wheeler and Keith Hemstreet visit elementary and middle schools across the country. Conducting research for this adventure series, Wheeler and Hemstreet have traveled to the far corners of the globe. During school visits, the authors tell captivating stories, discuss the writing process, read an excerpt from one of the books, show photos and video from around the world, and explain to students the importance of reading and writing.
We at Travels with Gannon & Wyatt are almost always working on multiple projects at the same time and this month has been about as busy as they come. Hawaii went on sale September 6, we’re wrapping up a third draft of Australia, beginning a first draft of Cuba, and recently hit the road to […]
March 11, 2014
Kona to Mauna Kea, Hawaii
Woke at 4 AM because of time change. Still dark. Lie in bed looking out the window. As the sun began to light the sky, Hualalai took shape. I stepped out onto the lanai. A thousand birds sang. The air was warm but pleasant. Little yellow lights like stars still lit the slopes of the 8,275 ft volcano, Hualalai. Somewhere behind it, the largest volcanoes on earth, Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea.
We know that the spirit of adventure is in all of you, which is why we are super excited to bring you this holiday giveaway so that you can document all of your travels, adventures, and creativity! Use the Rafflecopter widget below to earn entries to win a brand new GoPro HERO4 — it’s the […]
Quotes connect with people on so many different levels, especially when those quotes speak to what a person is passionate about. Since our passion is travel, here are some of our favorite travel quotes. “The use of traveling is to regulate imagination by reality, and instead of thinking how things may be, to see them […]