It was my personal experience of seeing how engrossed my children and grandchildren became when listening to stories.
Staten Island, N.Y. (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
Author Sara M. Iosue loves watching her grandchildren play and explore. “When they want something, they will try to figure out ways to achieve their goals,” she says. In her new book, “Fowler's Rainbow” (published by AuthorHouse), two little boys work together to realize their dreams and create a rainbow.
“It was my personal experience of seeing how engrossed my children and grandchildren became when listening to stories,” says Iosue.
Set in the fictional town of Grover Falls, Miss., the book follows two imaginative and creative little boys, Bryce and Kyle, who decide they want to see a rainbow. Too impatient to wait for a real rainbow, the boys become junior scientists. They gather up all of the food coloring containers in their kitchen and make several trips to their favorite puddle on the side of the garage. Readers will cheer on Bryce and Kyle as they try to create their very own rainbow.
“I think everyone, not just children, feels a special delight in seeing a rainbow after the dreary rain,” writes Iosue. “I tried to capture the innocence of children so as our children and grandchildren grow and mature, we have the memories of how they innocently listened to stories, waiting to find out how the characters made out in the end.”
By Sara M. Iosue
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5in | 16 pages | ISBN 9781481746823
E-Book | 16 pages | ISBN 9781481746816
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Sara M. Iosue rediscovered the wonderment of watching children grow and explore when her first two grandchildren were born. She was later inspired to begin writing. Iosue currently lives with her husband of 45 years. They have three children and now four grandchildren.
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