Author: Sara Hoagland Hunter

Sara Hoagland Hunter is a longtime contributor to Cape Cod Life Publications and her articles have covered a visit to the dune shacks at Sandy Neck Beach in West Barnstable as well as a fun feature on seven Cape & Islands country stories. Sara has written ten books for children including her most recent, Every Turtle Counts, which is based on the massive rescue operation of earth’s rarest sea turtles on the shores of Cape Cod which won a Ben Franklin gold award and was named an outstanding classroom science book by the National Science Teachers Association and the Children’s Book Council. Her book The Lighthouse Santa celebrates the Christmas flights of Edward Rowe Snow who dropped presents for 40 years to families safeguarding Cape and Island lighthouses. The Unbreakable Code about the Navajo Code Talkers of WWII earned a Smithsonian award, a Western Writers of America award, and was the Arizona book of the year gifted to each of the state’s 100,000 fourth graders.

Sara Hunter

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Warm memories, quality goods & community spirit

These beloved country stores offer gifts and goodies, and make for friendly gathering spots Scouting a variety of country and general…

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Eden by the Sea

Rachel “Bunny” Mellon and her husband, Paul, could have chosen any exquisite corner of the globe as the summer holiday…

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The Last Stand of the Stagecoach

The next time you are stuck in midsummer traffic, crawling your way across the Bourne Bridge and cursing all motorized…

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Up and Away

A Cape Codder climbs into a biplane’s cockpit and rediscovers her home from a fresh vantage point. I climb cautiously…

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A High Flying Christmas

The light went out long ago at Seamond Ponsart Roberts’ lighthouse home on Cuttyhunk Island, but memories of her childhood…

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