Gold Mom’s Choice Award
Hollywood Book Festival Award
New York Book Festival Award
Paris Book Festival Award
Adam’s Cape is the swash buckling adventure of two cousins, Kaitlyn and Adam, who are transported from the beach where they are enjoying a family vacation together to Captain Green-Eyed Pirate’s island. Captain Green-Eyed Pirate lost his crew and his treasure to Captain Billy One-Tooth. It’s up to Kaitlyn and Adam to help Captain Green-Eyed reclaim his treasure and save his crew.
Kaitlyn Dorroh is a high school student who makes her home in North Carolina. She likes to hang out with friends, listen to music, and skateboard in her free time. She also has a YouTube channel, CK Vlogs, which she shares with her brother. Kaitlyn is involved in athletics and enjoys playing softball and cheering. Her favorite place to vacation is the beach. She loves writing and is passionate about helping Adam’s Cape, Inc. a non-profit established in honor of her cousin Adam who passed away at six years old. Through Adam’s Cape, Inc. she dedicates her time and talents helping children struggling with significant medical needs.
She currently lives at home with her parents, her brother, Caleb, her Westie named Trooper, and her bunny named Raindrop. You can follow Adam’s Cape on Instagram @adams.cape.
Alyson J. Record is an illustrator and character designer located in Nashville, TN. Kaitlyn first met Alyson as a camper at WinShape Camps for Communities. Alyson has illustrated other books, including Go God Go. She also freelances on Etsy at AlysonRecordart.
Matt Pressley –
What a great book! My daughter is going to enjoy reading this if not more than I have. Was lucky enough to obtain a copy and get it signed by her. What a talented young woman and hope she continues writing books sharing he passion for helping children.
Koby Helms –
A Really Great book! Very interesting! Hope she keeps writing more books Can’t wait to read them
Steve Smith –
What a well written book! My daughter and son loved it. It keeps the kids wanting to keep going and not stop reading. They told me they can paint a picture of what’s going on and gets the imagination going. They absolutely love it and want her to write more. What a promising future this young author has.