LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) March 24, 2015
Theater director and children’s author Terry John Barto weaves a modern fairytale about a dragon who wants to be a stand-up comedian in his new book, “Nickerbacher, The Funniest Dragon” (published by AuthorHouse).
Nickerbacher is a very special dragon. He doesn’t want to be like all the other dragons who guard princesses. More than anything in the world, Nickerbacher wants to be a comedian who makes people laugh.
Princess Gwendolyn, the princess Nickerbacher’s father expects him to guard, and Prince Happenstance, the prince who comes for the princess, encourage Nickerbacher to pursue his goal. But Nickerbacher’s father is appalled and commands him to guard the princess anyway. Nickerbacher must decide whether he will abide by his dragon-ly duty or follow his dream, even if it means displeasing his papa.
"I wanted to write about following your passion in life," Barto says. "I'm trying to convey to be true to yourself and follow your heart."
About the Author
Terry John Barto has directed and choreographed more than 200 regional theater productions. He was the creative mind behind numerous television and cruise ship live shows throughout the world. As the creative director for Wings of Dreams Productions, he turned diverse ideas into screenplays for animation. He was also responsible for developing popular action figures for several large retailers. He is the author of the children’s books “Gollywood, Here I Come!” and “Nickerbacher, The Funniest Dragon.”
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