Loraine Dupont’s newly released “The Paper Route” is a brilliant and value-filled adventure about a little girl’s days with her sibling when they took on a paper route

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“The Paper Route” from Christian Faith Publishing author Loraine Dupont is a wondrous narrative that reminisces about the days when she spent time with her brother on an early morning paper route. She made many surprising discoveries about her sibling, as well as learned lessons about dealing with everyday life.

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“The Paper Route”: a true and light-hearted tale that narrates the time when Loraine helped her brother with a paper route and learned new things about him. “The Paper Route” is the creation of published author Loraine Dupont, a writer who has loved typing ever since she learned that skill. To this day, she has worked as a clerk or a secretary. Although she has never earned high wages, her Lord Jesus has been the source of her peace, strength, and provision.

Dupont shares, “Have you ever had a special experience that you wanted to share with everyone?” The Paper Route is just that—a true, once in a lifetime story involving the author and her very ornery ten year old brother.

“Written from the perspective of a seven-year-old little girl, Loraine recounts how she helped her brother with an early morning paper route—in the dark, with no parents, and in the heart of a big city.”

“The two of them develop confidence when they persevere in spite of real and imaginary challenges. Loraine learns that her brother’s aggressive, self-willed traits (that she had despised so often), are exactly what made him a good leader. She is pleasantly surprised when her ornery brother ends up being her hero!”

“It’s a fun story, not only for young people. Those who were raised before cell phones and electronic devices are sure to enjoy the memories and humorous situations she shares. People of all ages can enjoy a little moment in time, as she takes you back to the way things were in 1966.”

“Ironically, this endearing, light-hearted story is packed with serious lessons. Lessons that changed Loraine’s way of thinking and taught her many concepts that help her deal with everyday life.”

“Ask yourself the following questions before reading this book. Then ask yourself the same questions afterwards. See if you also glean the wisdom she did.”

“Do you assume rich people are always snobs? That confident people are arrogant, self-serving, and think themselves as superior to others?

“Do you think rebellious people are nothing but troublemakers?”

“Have you ever noticed how ‘bully’ people can be your best friend in a crisis?”

“What about parenting? Will you allow your children to take the easy way out when they encounter ‘real’ challenges?”

“As a parent, what is your attitude regarding your kids watching a horror movie? Are they ‘really’ harmless?”

“What about faith? If you were convinced a potentially dangerous experience would benefit your children, would you trust Jesus to keep them safe?”

“What if you are a people pleaser, like Loraine was. Would you know when it’s okay to be assertive to the point of being pushy or even aggressive?”

“Are you convinced that reading for pleasure is not a waste of time?”

“Do you read poetry? If not, why? Do you think poetry lacks honest value?”

“There are a number of powerful concepts to learn from this story. Loraine’s attitudes regarding these issues are forever changed.”

“It’s amazing what one can learn on a paper route!”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Loraine Dupont’s new book is a wonderful creation that takes the readers back to the year 1966 with a youthful story that holds valuable lessons one will surely enjoy.

View a synopsis of “The Paper Route” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “The Paper Route” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “The Paper Route,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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