Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Explorer Academy: The Falcon’s Feather by Trudi Trueit

My author friend Trudi Trueit gets to go on so many adventures with her books. Her latest book, The Falcon's Feather, is part of National Geographic Kids' Explorer Academy series. I know I would have loved these books when I was a kid, wouldn't you? Scroll down to read all about it and buy your copy!


It's an adventure of a lifetime when Cruz Coronado sets sail for the shores of Iceland and Norway aboard the Explorer Academy ship to continue his studies at sea. But, things take a turn while exploring the icy north, when he embarks on a dangerous mission to uncover the first piece of an important puzzle his mother left behind.

In the exciting follow-up to The Nebula Secret in the 7-book Explorer Academy series, Cruz, Sailor, and Emmett, along with their new ally Bryndis, embark on their first globe-trotting mission aboard the ship Orion. Cruz jumps right back into school and starts using the latest technology in submersible underwater dives, but is soon reminded of the dangers of exploration when his equipment fails and he almost drowns. Determined to keep his eyes on the prize, Cruz sneaks away to try to find answers, but unknowingly lures his friends into bigger trouble. When a friend of Cruz's mom meets an untimely end, Cruz's luck really seems about to run out and the questions multiply. What does the message mean? Where will it lead? Who is following him? And why? 

This captivating book is the sequel every Explorer Academy fan is waiting to read!

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Trudi Trueit writes the kinds of books she loved to read as a kid; stories packed with adventure, mystery, friendship, and hope; stories that reminds us to forge our own path and be our own hero! Her more than 100 titles include the EXPLORER ACADEMY series (National Geographic), MY TOP SECRET DARES & DON'TS, THE SISTER SOLUTION, STEALING POPULAR, and THE SECRETS OF A LAB RAT series (all Aladdin). And yes, Trudi Trueit IS her real name. Learn more about her and her books at her website: https://www.truditrueit.com/.


  1. Congrats to Trudi. It's book like this that gets youngsters excited about reading and who knows, maybe even writing.