Wright on Time is available. The Iowa installation is about Halloween.
From a previous post when this series debuted:
I am privileged to be a stop on the virtual book tour of a new series of chapter books debuting with, Wright on Time: Arizona by Lisa M. Cottrell-Bentley (Do Life Right, 2009). The series features the adventures of a homeschooling--make that "roadschooling"--family that visits each of the 50 states during their travels around the USA in an RV (recreational vehicle).
We unschoolers love these serendipitous discoveries, so when Ms. Cottrell-Bentley asked if I wanted to review her book on Arizona, I gave an enthusiastic, Yes! Not only do my children and I love to read chapter books together, but we are planning a road trip to Arizona.
When my daughters and I curled up on the couch to read the story, we whipped through it. My daughters didn't want me to stop reading. The action, suspense, and sense of adventure kept us turning pages. I was immediately reminded of some of our other favorite learning adventure book series, such as Magic Tree House and The Magic School Bus, in which the characters learn through fun and exciting life experiences. In this book series, the characters actually are homeschoolers, making them all the more intriguing and relevant to my homeschooling children. My 7-year-old daughter summed up her impression of the book this way: "Real good!"