|About the Book|
At about two oclock in the morning, Holly was taking her turn at fire watch. The wind was still blowing slightly, and the night was cool- the stars were easily seen in the twilight. Holly could hear some crickets chirping off in the distance- anMoreAt about two oclock in the morning, Holly was taking her turn at fire watch. The wind was still blowing slightly, and the night was cool- the stars were easily seen in the twilight. Holly could hear some crickets chirping off in the distance- an occasional frog would also croak. Then she heard a sudden yell. A-wooh. It sounded like a coyote at first. A-wooh. She got up and looked in the direction it was coming from but did not see anything. After a few minutes, she sat back down. She thought, Its an animal, but if its someone lost in the woods, yelling for help, they can see the campfire. She tried to remain calm, but her mind began to play tricks on her, her heart racing, her knees shaking, her teeth rattling, her courage rolling downhill like a freight train. A-wooh. She screamed and began to holler frantically. Mr. Robinson, Mr. Robinson, get up, get up! Harry Family Robinson: Hillbilly Folklore is a book of adventure, humor, and spiritual insight. The Big Foot Scouting Unit begins their quest by going on a camping trip to explore for a lost treasure. During their trip, however, they encounter some unexpected surprises and have to overcome many treacherous obstacles using their outdoor skills. As the boys and girls of Ole Big Foot bond by working together through their trials and tribulations, they draw closer to the Lord and discuss the fundamentals of the Christian Bible with their scout leaders wile overcoming one humorous situation after another. Beware all who enter the Enchanted Forest: theres still power in the Blood!