October 5, 2022

David Ramirez’s New Book ‘Daisy and Jacob Ride the Train’ is the Thrilling Tale of Two Siblings Who Find Adventure While Riding on a Train, Despite Jacob’s Disability

JENKS, Okla. – September 16, 2022 – (Newswire.com)

Fulton Books author David Ramirez, a native of Jenks, Oklahoma, and a proud father of two, has completed his most recent book “Daisy and Jacob Ride the Train”: a charming and delightful story of Daisy and Jacob, two siblings who enjoy a fun-filled day while traveling on a large steam engine.

“Daisy is just like you, and so are the special friends she meets on her adventures,” writes Ramirez. “Her brother, Jacob, loves big steam engines and the loud sounds they make. Join Daisy and Jacob as they ride a passenger coach up into the mountains of Colorado. Even though Jacob uses a large wheelchair to get around, he doesn’t have any trouble making new friends, learning about trains, and finding ways to have fun.

“‘Daisy and Jacob Ride the Train’ is an exciting tale for ages four to eight, but it’s also an effective resource for educators and parents whose children may wonder about kids with physical differences. The character of Jacob is based on [my] son, who has a genetic syndrome and is missing both his feet. He, like Jacob, has a passion for trains and has ridden many real-life railroads across the United States. Encourage your children to be friendly and respectful to children like Jacob when they meet.”

Published by Fulton Books, David Ramirez’s book will bring smiles to the faces of young readers with its vibrant artwork and themes of inclusion and acceptance. 

Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can purchase “Daisy and Jacob Ride the Train” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Author Support via email at [email protected] or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

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David Ramirez’s New Book ‘Daisy and Jacob Ride the Train’ is the Thrilling Tale of Two Siblings Who Find Adventure While Riding on a Train, Despite Jacob’s Disability

JENKS, Okla. - September 16, 2022 - (Newswire.com)

Fulton Books author David Ramirez, a native of Jenks, Oklahoma, and a proud father of two, has completed his most recent book "Daisy and Jacob Ride the Train": a charming and delightful story of Daisy and Jacob, two siblings who enjoy a fun-filled day while traveling on a large steam engine.

"Daisy is just like you, and so are the special friends she meets on her adventures," writes Ramirez. "Her brother, Jacob, loves big steam engines and the loud sounds they make. Join Daisy and Jacob as they ride a passenger coach up into the mountains of Colorado. Even though Jacob uses a large wheelchair to get around, he doesn't have any trouble making new friends, learning about trains, and finding ways to have fun.

"'Daisy and Jacob Ride the Train' is an exciting tale for ages four to eight, but it's also an effective resource for educators and parents whose children may wonder about kids with physical differences. The character of Jacob is based on [my] son, who has a genetic syndrome and is missing both his feet. He, like Jacob, has a passion for trains and has ridden many real-life railroads across the United States. Encourage your children to be friendly and respectful to children like Jacob when they meet."

Published by Fulton Books, David Ramirez's book will bring smiles to the faces of young readers with its vibrant artwork and themes of inclusion and acceptance. 

Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can purchase "Daisy and Jacob Ride the Train" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Author Support via email at [email protected] or via telephone at 877-210-0816.




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Original Source: David Ramirez's New Book 'Daisy and Jacob Ride the Train' is the Thrilling Tale of Two Siblings Who Find Adventure While Riding on a Train, Despite Jacob's Disability

This news story originally appeared at Media - Trend Magazine on 16 September 2022