Jennifer the Flying Alligator by John Raffensperger, MD

By: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Co.
MIAMI - Jan. 20, 2022 - PRLog -- Retired Physician Shows His Writing Chops at Age 93!

Jennifer the Flying Alligator is a fantasy for five-to-six-year-olds. Jennifer, a young alligator, prefers spaghetti and hamburger buns instead of eating animals. When a large alligator tries to eat her, she leaps in the air, flaps her front legs and flies. During her travels, she sees how humans have destroyed the habitats of animals. She finds a new home in the Everglades and learns how all animals can live in peace.

Dr. John Raffensperger grew up in a small town on the Illinois River. He wasn't an athlete, but was an omnivorous reader and spent time roaming the woods and canoeing. He graduated from the University of Illinois Medical School in 1953. After learning basic medicine and surgery, how to set broken bones and to deliver babies during his internship at Cook County Hospital, he spent two years as a medical officer on an aircraft carrier in the Pacific. His experiences there are memorialized in "The Ship's Cat," a story in his medical essays book.

Publisher's Website:
Email:*** Email Verified
Location:Miami - Florida - United States
Account Email Address Verified     Account Phone Number Verified     Disclaimer     Report Abuse

Like PRLog?
Click to Share