Join Gollyjeeperz and his friends as they take you on an uplanned trip to Seaweed City and
meet Gollymaids and Gollymen as well as the Golly King and Golly Queen! Gollyjeeperz never thought he had to keep such careful watch over his new Mystical Medallion. You will enjoy reading this picture book adventure to your children ages 3-7 as they learn new words, vegetables and overcoming challenges!
The Adventures of Gollyjeeperz takes children on adventures that explore the world of vegetables in a new, fun and educational way. This is the second in a series of planned books about adventures of the Gollys. The Gollys are cute, bug-like characters that live on Asparagus Forest Island and other islands.
The main characters are Gollyjeeperz, his girlfriend GollyPeeperz, and his best friend GollyJojo.
~Each book takes the Golly characters on new adventures meeting other Gollys who have unique cultures that revolve around a variety of different vegetables. Every adventure poses a new set of challenges for problem-solving learning. These stories will help your child learn to accept different cultures and to try new, different, and healthful vegetables!
Books now available
The Asparagus Forest Island
The Maiden Voyage
Bobbie has been an artist since she was a child and has explored many creative outlets. As she later became a mother with two boys, she enjoyed gardening and having fresh vegetables for the table. Watching children light up seeing where vegetables grow is a treasure to see, and was her inspiration to develop “The Adventures of Gollyjeeperz.” She also enjoys being creative as a graphic artist and designer for numerous commercial and community projects.
As Bobbie continues to develop her Gollyjeeperz book series, her dream is to make it into a cartoon series too! It is her hope that your children enjoy Gollyjeeperz and his friends as they continue their adventures in many more books to come!
Bill has always enjoyed humorous writing, and his comedic efforts really ramped up as he eased into retirement after a career in the auto industry. His writing has covered a broad range of endeavors—from dozens of jokes used by Jay Leno in the “Tonight Show” monologues, to greeting cards, current-event jokes, song parodies, speeches, sketches, sitcoms, stand-up routines, and now children’s books. The satisfaction of creative writing, however, can’t match the joy of simply reading books with his young grandson, Maksim.