Join Scamper the kangaroo mouse and his cast of unruly characters, including Peanut the wonder dog and Princess Petunia the Persian cat, as they travel aboard their trusty Winnebago, uncovering new adventures all over the good ol’ U.S. of A.
This children’s book series by S. E. Remley inspires kids to learn about the world around them, take care of their environment, and embrace the values of integrity, empathy, and kindness.
S.E. Remley is the combined pen name of sisters Sara Richardson and Erin Romero, who are the authors of the Scamper and the Camper children’s book series. Both sisters are avid fans of traveling and are thrilled to take children of all ages on educational adventures with Scamper and his friends so they can learn about their world.
Sara Richardson is a national bestselling author of women’s fiction. Her books have received numerous award nominations and critical acclaim, with Publishers Weekly recognizing her stories as "emotionally rich, charmingly funny, and sensitive." After graduating with a master's degree in journalism, Sara realized she was too emotional to be a reporter and started writing fiction instead. She has written over twenty full-length novels and is excited to be adding children’s literature to her library. In her spare time, Sara loves to explore the great outdoors and travel to new destinations with her wonderful husband and two amazing sons.
Our mission is to increase motivation and joy of reading, writing, and creativity by crafting light-hearted stories focused on friendship, environmental education, and geography. We are excited to offer author visits that give K-3 students the opportunity to engage in experiential story workshops built around Scamper’s adventures to important landmarks with his friends. We can also design custom workshops to meet the needs of educators. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Erin Romero has spent her entire career as an elementary school teacher inspiring children to develop a love for reading at an early age. She has taught first grade for fifteen years and earned a master’s degree in educational literacy so she could equip her students with a strong foundation. In 2020, Erin was recognized by Jefferson County Public Schools with an Unsung Hero Award after being nominated by a student’s family. In her spare time, Erin enjoys outdoor adventures with her husband and two sons, including camping, boating, and hiking. They love to explore new places and try and visit at least one new state every year.