Canberra, Australia (PRWEB) September 02, 2014
Two friends learn lessons about courage, cooperation and resourcefulness in the new children’s book by Ruth L. Ferguson, “Ashleigh’s Fall” (published by Partridge Singapore).
With a storm fast approaching, young friends Jessica and Ashleigh are returning home to their caravan park after attending a Holiday Club in the local village. Jessica, in a rush to get home before the storm, takes a dirt path with a steep drop-off to one side.
Ashleigh is following Jessica down the path when the chain comes off her bicycle. She stops to put it back on and accidentally falls over the side of the cliff. While rain pours down and lightning strikes, Jessica races to help her friend. The two girls must rely on resourcefulness, determination and the spirit of cooperation in order to save themselves.
Combining practical life lessons with an action-filled story accompanied by colorful illustrations, “Ashleigh’s Fall” is both educational and entertaining.
About the Author
Ruth L. Ferguson was born in England and immigrated to Australia in 1968. Throughout her career she worked in professional offices in London and Melbourne. She has two children, is now retired and lives with her oldest daughter. Her interests include reading, writing, gardening and scrapbooking. She is also active in her church and has taught Sunday school for many years.
Partridge Singapore is a partnership between the Penguin Group, the world’s foremost trade book publisher, and Author Solutions LLC, the industry leader in supported self-publishing, that aims to help writers in Singapore, Malaysia, and the rest of Southeast Asia become published authors. Partridge Singapore gives authors in the region direct access to a comprehensive range of expert publishing services that meet industry standards but are more accessible to the market. For more information or to publish a book, visit partridgepublishing.com/singapore or call 800 101 2657 (Singapore) or 1 800 81 7340 (Malaysia). For the latest, follow @PartridgeSG on Twitter.