ADVENTURE Short Story of the Day: THERE’S A MONSTER IN THE OCEAN, by Deborah Eve Alastra


Written by: Deborah eve Alastra

Genre: Children’s environmental adventure

Type: SHORT STORY (for a book approx. age 7-12 yrs. and animation)

LOGLINE: There’s a Monster in the Ocean, includes main character Ravi, a neglected Brainiac Nerd son of an academic single mom (who spends all of her family time meeting with ‘collegues’) and his best friends athletic Arlo and Natalie, twin children of male gay parents. The three are the ‘chosen ones’, by the Mer-Kid scouts, to visit the ocean and witness – solve the problems of Human pollution and the MONSTER Garbage Island. Captured on the Rapid River Ride at Sunny Shores Amusement Park the three are transported into a magical world of magical underwater beauty, destruction and adventure, with unique characters such as multi ethnic Mer-Kids, Jellyfish-Backpacks, endangered Orcas, Dolphins, Sea Turtles, and Monster Island’s armies of Plasticinians and Styrofoamians.

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