The book, CALVERT, REMEMBER ME, is a novel about two young attractive high school teachers who do not find teaching to be a burdensome daily chore that supports their pleasant lifestyle, but creative information to their subject matter to awaken curiosity, trigger or stimulate other interests for their students, and maybe they like the opportunity to pass on suggestions about appropriate careers for some and would be delighted to feel they might be a role model for some others. They have learned viable techniques to use in their teaching that tend to increase self esteem in their students and a liking for learning interesting information, particularly for enhancing their background. They are willing to spend some of their time after school hours helping students with problems but not labeling them as such. Their cheerful manner along with their good looks and fine taste in manners, grooming, and dress make many of the young people more interested in seeking education as a career. They show by budgeting, saving and good planning how they can afford a somewhat expensive vacation. Leave it to these two erudite experts to pack as much engaging action as possible in a three-week vacation that includes a voyage on the Queen Elizabeth 2 to England and then visiting Paris, London, and the English countryside. Before they start the three-week vacation, unexpected things begin to happen that could change their lives when they decided to move to the farm that one of the teachers surprisingly inherited. The story holds suspense, romance, adventure, and pleasure and appreciation for Southern Maryland living. The author has blended persons and events to produce a timely novel with interesting occurrences and memorable characters. All came back to the little peninsula, liked by the author since childhood, to try to save the last vestiges of a place called "home."