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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Fantasy / Collections & Anthologies
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Curtis Chameleon Boy Wonder
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:78
  • eBook ISBN:9781483502120

Curtis Chameleon Boy Wonder

The First Amazing Adventure

by S.M. Bryant

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Curtis Chameleon: The First Adventure is a story about whiz-kid Curtis Allforms who loves science and making weird formulas to entertain his family and friends. One day, Curtis creates the most special formula of all. This formula is life-changing and world-shattering in a most extraordinary way.
Curtis Chameleon Boy Wonder is a story about Curtis Allforms, a whiz-kid who loves to create formulas. He gets a science kit for his birthday and decides that he wants to change his color and shape. He develops a special formula, and then amazing things begin to happen that take him on the first of many very special adventures. Curtis discovers his new ability and the adventures of a life-time begin in this first book which is the introduction to the "Curtis Chameleon" Boy Wonder Series. What happens? What can Curtis do? How does his special ability work? Read to find out more about this special kid.
About the author
S.M. Bryant is a teacher and writer who loves fantasy stories. She wrote the “Curtis Chameleon” stories for her nephew and her students. They liked the first story so much that she was encouraged to keep writing. Before she knew it, she had written 15 stories. Enjoyment for the “Curtis Chameleon” stories spans all age groups and categories. Parents, teachers and principals also loved reading the “Curtis Chameleon” stories. Readers’ enthusiasm for this series was a strong indicator that other readers would enjoy the stories as well, and this is what influenced her to publish the stories and make them accessible to a wider audience. Read Real History and Shelbees’s Blog on her website: curtischameleon.com for the factual and fantasy stories about how “Curtis Chameleon” stories came into being.