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Harmony Hollow by Donald G. Kramer

Harmony HollowA tale of adventure, friendship, and outdoor exploration, Harmony Hollow is a children’s book that speaks to the connection children have to the great outdoors.  In spite (or maybe because of) the extensive amount of time children spend in front of a screen – computers, video games, the Internet, etc. – Kramer writes this book to entertain his own grandchildren and perhaps inspire them and others to head outdoors.


Harmony Hollow, a chapter book geared toward young boys, is a story about three boys, ages 12 or 13, who are itching to explore a deep valley they have named Happy Hollow.  Knowing their parents will never allow them to take off into the unknown for several days, the boys devise a plan to go camping in a nearby park with their parents’ blessing.  Instead of camping in the park, however, the boys head down into the hollow, unsure of what they will find.



About the Author:  Donald G. Kramer is a father of four boys and a grandfather of two boys. This is his second children’s book, the first being Disaster at Lunker Lake.  Kramer was inspired to tell this story by a view of what seemed like a bottomless valley between two mountain ranges near Walla Walla, Washington.


“This book came out of my own experiences enjoying the outdoors when I was younger,” says Kramer.  “I wanted my own children and grandchildren to experience that world, too.”



Product Details:

  • Publisher:  AuthorHouse, January 17, 2006
  • ISBN:  978-1425900453
  • 82 pages
  • Available on in paperback and e-book versions

Marjorie Paulson

Marjorie Paulson began her passion for the outdoors through backpacking in our national parks. Her love for locally grown organic food has brought her into the world of hunting and we will chronicle her passion for living the Hunting Life!

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