on Her Island

In Storybookland, Adelaide Persephone climbs out windows and climbs up trees with MonkeyBoy. She makes sandcastles with Pirate and has water balloon fights with a Mermaid. Best of all, Princess Isabella is always there to come to her rescue!

Children's Books

Ruby & Ray enjoy their days in Storybookland before the Navy moves their family somewhere new. But where are they moving? Maybe the Moon? The Zoo? An Igloo? Ray's imagination helps him choose the best place of all to move. This chapter-book captures the adventurous, fun aspects of moving and is the perfect book for military families.

Children's Parties & Books

Children's Cooking Classes

Have a Cooking Party for your Princess or Pirate!

The Amelia Island

Culinary Academy​​

  • Cooking Classes 
    Culinary Tasting Tours

Cooking Party Includes:

  • Baking or Cooking From Scratch
  • Party Guests are taught culinary skills and techniques by Professional Chef Bill Thompson of the Amelia Island Culinary Academy 
  • Select from a variety of options including:  Pasta-making, Meatballs, Sushi, Baking and Ultimate Milkshakes
  • Copies of all recipes

$45/guest - 10 guest limit

Chapter Books


9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

Wednesday, June 13th:  Cupcake Wars

Chef Kevin teaches children to make cupcakes from

scratch in a fun-filled class with light-hearted competition!

Friday, June 15:  Father's Day Cookies

Children learn to make specialty cookies from scratch,

including special shaped cookies for Father's Day!
Children bring home a dozen handmade and decorated

cookies for a Father's Day present.​

Friday,June29:  PatrioticCookies&Cupcakes
​Kids will be having fun making red, white, and blue icings,

creating and decorating Independence Day themed cupcakes and cookies

with Chef Kevin!  They will be bringing home a variety of the treats

they’d constructed to share with their family for the holiday!​

Ten-year-old Amelia, whose thoughts move so quickly she can barely keep up with them, can’t believe her family is moving into a resort hotel on an island in Florida. Even more surprising, the island’s name is Amelia, which makes Amelia the girl, not the island, feel like an explorer or a princess or someone much more important and dramatic than the ordinary middle child in a family of seven children.

Actually, there’s nothing ordinary about Amelia’s family. Seven children make life chaotic, even for Amelia who should be used to her snotty older twin sisters and her squabbling little brothers. On top of all that, her father’s job as a professional chef takes them to Amelia Island, where her mother tries to keep the children well-mannered, well-dressed and out of mischief in the fancy hotel until their house can be built. Sometimes, even Amelia can’t think fast enough to stay out of trouble.

Picture Books & Coloring Books

Stories inspired by Amelia Island