Author Elaine Dach’s new book “Uriah’s Big Day” is a heartwarming story of a little boy looking forward to a big day at the beach, but it does not go according to plan

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Recent release “Uriah’s Big Day” from Page Publishing author Elaine Dach is a heartfelt story that introduces seven-year-old Uriah, who is very excited for a big day at the beach with his family. In a turn of events, the day does not go exactly as planned.

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Author Elaine Dach, a trained preschool teacher, has completed her new book “Uriah’s Big Day”: a warm and heartfelt story that follows seven-year-old Uriah as he sets out on an exciting day at the beach with his family for his father’s big company barbeque. Uriah has long been looking forward to this day of fun, but the day takes an unexpected turn when he is accidentally separated from his family.

Dach starts the book by writing, “Hello, my name is Uriah, and I am seven years old. This is a true story about what happened to me on the big day. As soon as my eyes opened on that Saturday morning, I jumped out of bed and yelled, ‘Yeah, the big day is finally here!’”

Published by Page Publishing, author Elaine Dach’s inspiring tale, which follows Uriah as he navigates his day of fun and adventure on the beach, reminding readers of the impact that one small act of kindness can have.

The family loads up their car with innertubes, a beach ball, a big umbrella, and everything else they need to enjoy their fun day at the beach. As they head off to their destination, Uriah cannot wait for the day to begin. When he unexpectedly becomes separated from his family, Uriah’s day of fun is turned upside down.

Readers who wish to experience this heartwarming work can purchase “Uriah’s Big Day” 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.

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