R. M. Wolf is the author of C.A.M.P. PHOENIX a magical series written for children ages 9 to 90. She is a certified nutritional herbalist, holds a black belt in karate and is a devout Tibetan Buddhist.
Her writing reflects her belief that there is one constant in the universe and that is that everything changes. The ocean of life has both ups and downs. She believes that you can ride the waves or be tossed and tumbled by them.
But there's more. There's always more. You don't have to settle for just surfing the waves - you can rise up and walk on top of them. Magic isn't just for kids. It isn't just for fairy tales. There's magic within everyone and she hopes to pass this message along:
You have power you can't even imagine. Seek it out. Develop it. Put it to work in your life and be happy!
Alchemist Emma Littleton is home-schooled by her single father. She shows up at camp with a mouth full of braces and a vocabulary that is off the charts. Join her and her Boar house mates as they discover a sinister plot that threatens one of their own. They manage to escape danger while continuing to make magical mischief in this, the second telling of year two of wizard summer camp.
Abused and unwanted, Jacob Wilson’s life began looking up when he received an invitation to C.A.M.P. Phoenix last summer. The third book in the C.A.M.P. Phoenix series, takes us deeper into the mystery and magic of the only wizard training camp on earth. Join Jacob and his housemates as we continue to follow the adventures of the Boar house wizards during their second summer at camp.
Having suffered great loss and many changes in her life, nine-year-old Abigail Martin is thrilled by the chance to get away from it all when she receives an invitation to summer camp. In Destiny of the Metamorph, the second book in the C.A.M.P. Phoenix series, we join Abigail and her housemates for a second perspective of their first summer at an unusual camp for extraordinary kids.
Nine-year-old bully magnet Tyler Brown is a mixed-race child living with his mom. He's dreading the upcoming summer break so when he gets an invitation to camp he jumps at the chance to go. Destiny of the Elf, the first book in the "C.A.M.P. Phoenix" series, follows Tyler and his housemates through the first year of camp at the most unusual summer camp in existence.