NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 21, 2020
Professor Sue-C, who teaches Sociology for Victor Valley College, has completed her new book “Auggie The Dragon Who Lives On Gramma Sue’s Roof”: a cute and heartwarming collection of adventures including Auggie the dragon, Gramma Sue, and little Ciera—the young narrator based on the author’s granddaughter.
“One winter day, when my then three-year-old granddaughter, Ciera, came to visit, the heater went on, which sounded as if someone was dragging a hundred-pound bag of potatoes across the roof, then with a loud poof, the heater blasted warm air,” Professor Sue-C said of the inspiration for Auggie. “Ciera asked what the noise was, and I told her, ‘That’s the dragon that lives on Gramma Sue’s roof!’ Ciera’s wide-eyed expression made me assure her that the dragon was kind and kept me warm and protected. Ever since, Visits with Ciera and her sister Savanna, despite the season, began with jingling chimes next to the thermostat, awakening Auggie, creating an ecstatic reaction from the girls.”
Published by Page Publishing, Professor Sue-C’s book contains multiple chapters, each one features a different tale featuring the purple dragon with pink flower tattoos. Whether dealing with Auggie searching for a purpose during the warmer months when the heat he provided was no longer needed, or hiding Auggie from others for his own safety, Ciera, Savanna, and Gramma Sue find themselves in exciting predicaments with each turn of the page. Auggie and company are brought to life in evocative illustrations and keep the attention of those readers who still need help with the words.
“Auggie The Dragon Who Lives On Gramma Sue’s Roof” can be purchased at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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