San Marino, CA (PRWEB) January 11, 2007
Only once in a generation does a character connect so effortlessly to young boys that expands their vocabulary, desire to learn history, and keep their book close by on their bedside table.
John Mayberry wants young men to read twelve chapters of his bizarre kid's stories, compiled in The PusBaby Chronicles- First Squeeze. This book is specifically written for boys with a unique historical perspective, and even warns off young ladies from reading it.
The PusBaby Chronicles- First Squeeze involves a cast of loveable characters confronted by a host of unusual situations, ranging from solving the mystery of Jack the Ripper to the invention of the Ice Cream cone. While admittedly somewhat extreme, each story contains appropriate advanced vocabulary (along with pertinent definitions) and tiny bit of moral guidance.
John Mayberry compiled The PusBaby Chronicles- First Squeeze from stories made up while driving his kid-filled minivan out of sheer desperation. He found the stranger the story; the greater the attention, "Our society wants to pretend that boys and girls are identical and have the same needs. After many years of Indian Guides, Indian Princesses, Cub Scouts, Brownies, Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts, Open Houses, pageants, baseball, softball, and basketball I had a startling revelation- boys and girls are not the same!"
With the The PusBaby Chronicles, I'm pushing our cultural pendulum towards the center where it belongs. This is a book your son will enjoy reading and sharing with his friends. I bet they'll learn something along the way as well." A great gift from a really cool Mom or Dad to their son.
Link to Publication: http://www.pusbaby.com
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
John Mayberry has spent the last twenty years designing theme parks, transportation systems, television networks, retail computer stores, and writing columns to feed and clothe his three kids. He spends the majority of his waking hours driving them to school, checking their homework, taking them to sporting and school events, not watch so much television, and try to get them to feed the family dogs.