Author Diane Johnson’s new book “Sogger” is an entertaining children’s tale imagining a tiny, rain-soaked imp making an appearance and a big mess on a stormy day

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Recent release “Sogger” from Page Publishing author Diane Johnson is an enthralling tale of mischief and mayhem for young readers.

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Diane Johnson, a senior citizen with a quirky sense of humor, has published her latest book “Sogger”: a charming rhyming tale in the tradition of Dr. Seuss’s classic stories.

Diane writes, “When it’s dark and it’s raining, you never know what might happen! A single raindrop could be the beginning of something scary, fun, and way out of control, all at the same time. The kids are getting ready for bed when—what do they see? A very small person inside a raindrop, Sogger! He looks cute so they let him in the window, but then, he jumps around, and suddenly, the whole house is topsy-turvy, upside down, and soaking wet! How will they get everything back to normal before their parents come home?”
Published by Page Publishing, Diane Johnson’s engrossing book is a delightful addition to any children’s library.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Sogger” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing:

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