(PRWEB) November 25, 2014
Waymon Lefall, a veteran and business owner, has completed his follow-up to “Jocko: A Long Way from Home Down Under”, with “The Legend of Jocko (Child Hero of the American Revolution)”: a finely crafted work of prose that is engaging and filled with colorful characters and gorgeous settings.
One thing Waymon Lefall would like his readers to know is, “By keeping hope alive, keeping the faith, believing in yourself, and listening to your heart anything can happen. Around each corner turned, something was waiting to connect the dots, I never knew what, but felt something was there, to give up is to lose the dot. Keep the faith.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Waymon Lefall’s poignant tale is a creative romp back to the time of the American Revolution with vibrant imagery and an engrossing story. This is an imaginative book that will be loved by young adults and parents alike.
Who would have thought that a little Negro Boy from a little town near the Delaware River could ignite the hopes of a whole army? During the December 1776 defeat that General Washington faced against the British forces, all he needed was a little hint of hope that he could give to his troop for their reparation. Unexpectedly, he found it from a twelve-year-old boy named Jocko.
Read through Jocko’s story and be inspired by his innocence and the supreme sacrifice he made that restored the hopes and morale of General Washington and his men.
Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “The Legend of Jocko (Child Hero of the American Revolution)” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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About Page Publishing
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