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Free Book Reading
December 14, 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Father and Daughter Writing Team giving a Free Book Reading in Port Jervis
Imagine a world where the existence of Santa Clause is unknown! Now, imagine a brave, young boy take on the responsibility of proving that the magic of Santa is as real as you and me! Is Santa a real being? He exists! Right? Well, let’s find out in the new book, The Year I Rode My Snowmobile to the North Pole— author: Kevin Rifflard Sr; writer: Jessy Lynn!
Kevin Rifflard Senior and his daughter Jessy Lynn will be holding a book reading for the children between first to third grade at the Port Jervis Public Library (138 Pike St, Port Jervis, Ny, 12771) on December 14 at 6:30-7:30. All are welcome. The Year I Rode My Snowmobile to the North Pole can be enjoyed by all ages.
Kevin Rifflard Senior and Jessy Lynn will be supplying cookies and hot chocolate for the children, and coffee for the parents and adults.
The Year I Rode My Snowmobile to the North Pole is about a young boy who believes in the power of Chirstmas. This young boy believes there is magic within the holiday. He believes that Santa Clause is real. His classmates tease him for his belief. He sets out on a personal mission to prove that the man in red exists.
Kevin Rifflard Senior (author) has a childlike mind. He came up with many children stories that he told his son, daughter (Jessy Lynn– writer), and their friends. This one was Jessy Lynn’s favorite. His wife, Marie, and Jessy Lynn have been pestering him, for years, to write it down and get it published. One day, Jessy Lynn was at it again. She was bugging her father to retell her the story and allow her to write it down. He finally agreed. He told her the story and she jotted down what he said. Then the real work began. She formated the work into a well-written story suitable for children. This was all done with the approval of Kevin Rifflard Senior. Kevin Rifflard Senior is not a writer, but Jessy Lynn is. They worked together to bring this book to you. And now they are giving a free reading of the book. Come join us at the Public Library on December 14 at 6:30-7:30 for not only a reading of the book, but also hot chocolate, cookies, and coffee.
Last but not least, you might of been wondering why Jessy Lynn chose the spelling Santa Clause, with an “e.” Since the traditional spelling is of course, Santa Claus, without an e. Well, a date in the near future Jessy Lynn plans on producing an animated television show titled, StarGazers. It will be about different types of aliens, some of which band together to keep the planet Earth safe from certain people who wish to destroy the mortal planet. Santa Claus is one of the aliens in her show. In the show, his name will be spelled “Clause.” On the planet that Santa is from, Northe Polari (located in the Saint Solar System, pronounced North Poler), all names end with an “e” if you are male, and an “I” if you are female. His wife, for example, spells her name Mary Clausi. Please await the arrival of the show StarGazers! But for now enjoy the free reading of The Year I Road My Snowmobile to the North Pole!
Book available for purchase online at Authorhouse.com/bookstore. Also available as an e-book.