A description says she "offers her insights into a world that is so much changed since the seven castaways landed on the island 50 years ago." Here's a pretty good PR piece about her and the book (which you can buy here).
Stinson is listed as the co-author. He has owned Stinson Art Studio in Roanoke for the past 15 years. It specializes in cartoons, illustrations, web design and an array of other services.
Miss Wells is celebrating 50 years since the debut of "Gilligan's Island" with the book. She has made a lucrative career out of that show's run, re-run and re-re-run.
My pal Eric Brady alerted me to this excursion into the literary by Stinson.