Debra Urquhart’s new book “The Submarine Kid” is a touching tale of a child’s imagination in the face of disability.

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Recent release “The Submarine Kid” from Page Publishing author Debra Urquhart is an inspiring work that teaches the importance of imagination, faith, and determination.

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Debra Urquhart, a hobbyist who is devoted to her friends and family, has completed her new book “The Submarine Kid”: a heartwarming tale of one little boy’s dreams of becoming the captain of a submarine.

Debra writes, “'Captain, sonar contact five miles straight ahead,' reported Helmsman Marcus.
'Can you identify?' replied Captain Ian Brand, the youngest officer to ever serve as a captain aboard the USS Freedom.
'No, sir. It’s another submarine, but there’s no other one like her listed on the computer to tell us what type of class she is. Captain, she’s firing!'
'Emergency dive,' Ian shouted. 'Battle stations!'
Tension mounting, and hearts beat heavy as they listened to the whoosh of the torpedo, hurdling over them with great speed.
'Captain, the torpedo is turning. It’s coming back!' shouted Marcus.
'Launch the decoys,' ordered Ian.
What will happen next?
Will Ian’s dreams come true for his future?
With determination and discipline on his side, he knows his future will be bright.”

Published by Page Publishing, Debra Urquhart’s tale is a sweet story of one little boy’s hope and drive to achieve his goals in the face of adversity.

After a terrible tragedy cause’s Ian to lose the use of his legs, he copes by imagining himself as the lead character in his favorite stories.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “The Submarine Kid” 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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