From a very early age adventures were on their minds. This was how it got started with the camera man. "I'd like to grab that man by his ear for flashing his toy in my eyes," Otto murmured, lying on his tummy.
Everybody got in on the action.
"He's dumb," Rafena whispered. "I don't think he knows what he's doing."
Ron shrugged his shoulders. "If you flash that toy in my face once more, I will take it away from you."
The camera man cleared his throat. "How many times do I have to tell you it's not a toy--it's a camera."
The boys and girls have been standing in that pose for sometime now.
Welcome to Your Nightmare
The dark mysterious room came to life with graveyard music screeching, eerily, in the background. Cobwebs and skeletons hung from the ceiling while white mist hovered across the floor, rising, filling the air as spurts of colored mists of red, purple and black squirted from dark secret areas tainting the white misty air. The room, had suddenly turned into a ghastly spook.
"TICKETS TO the Spring Break Teen Concert are all sold out," Otto snapped as Ron entered the study room.
Ron had just fetched his bicycle up the stairs to the second floor of the house, now returning home from running some errands. He couldn't believe what he just heard. He was breathing heavy. He took a couple deep breath swiping his hand across his forehead, wiping away some perspiration. "Already! But, tickets just went on sale. Is this a joke or something?"
The New Kid in Town
"WOW! A WINDOW SEAT," Rafena whispered as she entered the classroom. She headed towards the empty desk near the window, glancing at her new classmates. A tinge of nervousness ran through her body, attending a new school in a new city.
Just recently, Rafena and her family had moved to the city of New Amsterdam from Cottonfield due to their father's transfer to manage a new project.
THE COTTON TREES whistled as the restless breeze gushed into the slightly opened window, cooling off the room. The youngster lay in bed observing the shadows from the cotton trees as it played and danced freely on the silky white curtain while the wind blew heavy on the outside. He meditated on the upcoming summer vacation, as his eyes grew heavy. He closed his eyes and silently fell asleep as faint wisps of the dream world took control of his soul.
A series of 5 books for girls and boys ages 11 and up. The size of each book is between 150 to 200 pages.Click on blue hyperlinks to view the first chapter of each book. In this series the Cottonfield Kids are now teenagers. As they grew older, they moved to different cites solving mysteries.
A Grand Prize
Once upon a time, in Cottonfield, there were colorful kites sailing through the sky. The boys and girls stood on the verandah, watching the colorful kites. Even the birds and animals on the pasture were dazzled by the colorful kites.
"What's going on today?" Famie asked. She was in her colorful T-shirt, beach shorts and sandals.
"I don't know, but people are coming out like ants," answered Otto, fascinated by the crowd and colorful kites.
Rehearsing for the show
Once upon a time, it was rare not seeing the boys and girls out on the green pasture playing under the big open blue sky. Well, the rainy season was here and the boys and girls were in the house carrying on with their activities.
"Ouch!" Rafena shrieked. The loud thundering had startled her.
It was raining heavy and thundering loud. The pastures were deserted except for when the birds and animals came out to play in the rain.