Float Monkeys

Southeast Alaska is a new world of islands, float planes and adventure for Will, Elias and Blackie.

They’re the new float monkeys at Spruce Cove Air. So they need to adapt to life on the water and in the air—in a hurry!

It's a summer job at an island logging camp, with float planes and new friends, but real danger lurks.

Can friendship that saw them through a terrible blizzard, save them now? More

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About Jonathan Thomas Stratman

Jonathan Thomas Stratman (1948 - ) grew up Alaskan and has since lived in the Pacific Northwest. Whether for adult or youth, his novels richly recreate the core, old time Alaskan adventure and experience. Stratman's five novels, three for middle grades and two adult mysteries, range from coming of age adventure, to quirky, richly nuanced adult characters with enough plot turns and twists to keep you up after your bedtime.

His 'Father Hardy Alaska Mystery Series' highlights the pre-statehood Alaska, rough, untamed—unpredictable! And his "Cheechako" series, ca early '90s, predates computers and digital devices, highlighting active, dynamic teens—boys and girls—who live by their character and their wits. And don't forget the plucky husky!

"I wrote "Cheechako" for every boy and girl who ever wanted to drive a dogsled or go adventuring in the wilds of Alaska. It was a great place to grow up. I wanted to share that. This is the kind of book I craved as an early reader."

About the Series: Cheechako
Follow the adventures of Will, Elias, Blackie and their friends through three, action-filled volumes. Books one and three (Cheechako & Musher!) are dogsled adventures in Alaska's wild and rugged interior. Book 2, (Float Monkeys) takes the three to southeast Alaska, near Sitka. Will's uncle owns a float plane service there, and the three quickly meet new friends, and get involved with the challenge of spending the summer on an island. When things go wrong, and they do, Can they make it out? Can they save their friends?

Also in Series: Cheechako

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