Stephen M. Kisko's First Book Sailing the Puddles is a Tale from Childhood that Any Day Dreamer Will Find Familiar
Stephen M. Kisko, a business owner and proud father, has completed his first book Sailing the Puddles: a gripping and potent childhood dream lovingly expressed through imagery and prose.
"This story is about a boy named Dabnis who sails the oceans to different lands, meeting different people and animals around the world. On a nice dry day it would only take him about 5 minutes to walk home from school, but on a rainy day, it could take him about ½ hour to walk home. His mom would always ask him why he was late. It is his imagination and what he has learned in school that keeps him from going home on time. What a great thing this imagination is, for all kids and grown-ups alike."
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Stephen M. Kisko's poignant tale of a young boy's fantastic travels is a story any child will relate to.
Sailing the Puddles tells the tale of imagination and the wonderful places it brings children. Following Dabnis, a fourth-grader who lives three long blocks away from his school, this book invites readers to enter the unseen world as only a child can imagine. Whether he is sailing away to the coast of Japan, hiking through the jungles of Africa, or facing pirates in the Atlantic, Dabnis makes the best of a rainy day. As Dabnis faces these and other adventures, he also has to make it home before his mom asks what took him so long. Leading children through the oceans of the world, Sailing the Puddles is a fun-filled story about making extraordinary things out of the ordinary!
Readers who wish to experience this playground of words can purchase Sailing the Puddles at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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