PRLog - April 23, 2012 - PHILADELPHIA -- Author Karen Pokras Toz, in conjunction with pubisher, Grand Daisy Press, is pleased to announce the early release of children’s book, Nate Rocks the Boat, the second in the award-winning Nate Rocks series.
Book 1, Nate Rocks the World, and now Book 2, Nate Rocks the Boat, is perfect for the sometimes reluctant reader -- the elementary school set (8 to 11 year olds) beginning to enjoy reading chapter books.
Our “hero” is 10-year-old Nathan Rockledge – aka “Nate Rocks,” who loves to draw cartoons. The book tells vivid stories of the active 4th grader’s adventures – some real and some imagined -- with his best friend Tommy, his older sister, Abby, who’s a pain, a dad stuck in the past, and a mom whose best “home-cooked”
Nate Rocks the Boat (ISBN 9780984860814, $7.99 paperback, $2.99 digital reader) follows 10-year-old Nathan Rockledge, as he experiences his first summer away at overnight camp. Similar to the first book in the series, Nathan transforms himself into hero Nate Rocks while doodling, experiencing fun adventures and saving the day time and again.
“In this book, I wanted to continue the message brought out in the first of the series, Nate Rocks the World, which encourages kids to use their imagination and feel confident and good about themselves,”
Advanced copy reviewers agree:
“This book is perfectly created for the [middle grade] reader…It was like I was right there, alongside Nate, experiencing each and every up and down he was going through. And, I enjoyed every minute!...Definitely recommended for children or the child hidden in all adults.”
- Ritesh Kala's Book Reviews
“Nate Rocks is back and better than ever! This is a must have for the young readers in your life!”
- Stacey Rourke, Author of The Gryphon Series
“What can I say? Nate has done it again! The author continues to show us the world from the viewpoint of a ten-year-old child, in a very well done way.”
- Rute Canhoto, Author
For more information the Nate Rocks series, visit http://www.karentoz.com. To receive a media/review copy, contact Grand Daisy Press at: firstname.lastname@example.org.