NEW YORK (PRWEB) April 16, 2021
Christopher J. Cilauro, an eighth grader who plays drums and is a member of both his school’s drama club and the community’s Council of the Arts summer program, has completed his new book “The Moon's Big Adventure”: a gripping and potent story about how, while the sun is very important and has a tough job, the moon is also equally important, and the earth could not exist without it.
In his dedication, Christopher writes, “To my parents, who have always supported me. They ‘love me to the moon and back’ and support my dream of becoming a writer.”
Published by Page Publishing, Christopher J. Cilauro’s touching tale is about the moon, and how although it feels underappreciated, it actually has a very important job, and everyday people rely on it more than the moon originally thought.
After having a brief discussion with the sun, the sun made the claim that all the moon did was make people fall asleep. But after being granted a vacation by mother earth herself, the moon was able to gain a better sense of self-worth and return to its job with new energy and enthusiasm.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “The Moon's Big Adventure” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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