Jordan the Jellyfish

What a great mixture of adventure, imagination, and an educational tool to teach children about historical events too.
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Jordan the Jellyfish is lost and needs to find her way home from Sandy Point State Park to Mayo Beach, Maryland. She encounters danger and fun with her friends in and above the Chesapeake Bay. Her friends include Arthur the Anchovy, Curtis the Crab and Olivia the Osprey and they help protect Jordan and help her find her way home. The book includes facts about the Chesapeake Bay, the bridge, the watermen, jellyfish, bay anchovies, blue crabs and osprey. Also included are tips on what to do if you are stung by a jellyfish and tips for your child if they get lost. Story inspired by true events. Illustrated by Jon Munson.

Anyone who goes to the beach in Maryland knows that if you choose to go to the Chesapeake Bay instead of the ocean, you may be sharing that beach with jellyfish (sea nettles). But you may be surprised to learn that these simple creatures are important to the Bay ecosystem and related fishing activities. Take a swim with Jordan the Jellyfish, and explore what is in the Chesapeake Bay in the water beyond the beach. We'll find our way back, it's a promise! Beautiful illustrations are provided and complement the dialogue Jordan has with herself, and with other creatures that she meets along the way. The story has useful lessons and information for children and adults, as well as providing entertainment. It's a fun story as well as providing a glimpse of the wonders of the Chesapeake Bay.

-- Chris Hahn

Cindy Freland (Author)

Cindy Freland’s passion is teaching workshops, designing and managing Facebook pages and helping authors get their books on Amazon. She has written many business books, including one on Facebook for business, “Easy Guide to Your Facebook Business Page,” and several children’s books. Freland lives in Bowie, Maryland. She enjoys crafts, painting, walking, swimming, kickboxing, animals, beaches, and baking.

What a great mixture of adventure, imagination, and an educational tool to teach children about historical events too.

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