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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Family Life
  • Language:English
  • Pages:180
  • eBook ISBN:9781624883705

A Flower For Casey

by Stuart Copperwheat

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Overview
Meet Carl Andrew Simmons—a highly imaginative ten year old with the dream of flying. Knowing little else other than the sheltered existence he has had at the Brighton County Orphanage, Carl’s life changes dramatically when he is introduced to Robert and Mary Ever-Young. The Ever-Youngs are a well established couple from the quaint New England town of Brisbee who choose to adopt Carl in order to give him a better life. What the Ever-Youngs don’t yet realize is the profound impact that Carl will have on their lives as well as the lives of others he meets along the way in his quest to fly.
Description
Meet Carl Andrew Simmons—a highly imaginative ten year old with the dream of flying. Knowing little else other than the sheltered existence he has had at the Brighton County Orphanage, Carl’s life changes dramatically when he is introduced to Robert and Mary Ever-Young. The Ever-Youngs are a well established couple from the quaint New England town of Brisbee who choose to adopt Carl in order to give him a better life. What the Ever-Youngs don’t yet realize is the profound impact that Carl will have on their lives as well as the lives of others he meets along the way in his quest to fly.
About the author
Stu Copperwheat is an Information Technology Director from Upstate New York who has a passion for creativity and the arts. He is an accomplished musician and lyricist having previously composed and released two full length albums with his band “Copperwheat”. He is also an aspiring painter as well as an avid treasure hunter. He lives in West Winfield, New York, with his wife, Alicia and has four grown children and three grandpuppies. This is his first book.
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