Rediscovered Children's Book Teaches Timeless Tale of Friendship and Harmony

James Marck's 1993 children's book manuscript "A Day at the Waterhole" was rediscovered and published by Carol Perdic through Tellwell Publishing. The book tells a timeless tale of friendship and harmony in the jungle, now available for young readers.

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Bijay Laxmi
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Rediscovered Children's Book Teaches Timeless Tale of Friendship and Harmony

Rediscovered Children's Book Teaches Timeless Tale of Friendship and Harmony

A heartwarming children's book, "A Day at the Waterhole," written by the late James Marck in 1993, has been rediscovered and published by Carol Perdic through Tellwell Publishing. The book tells a timeless tale of friendship and harmony in the jungle, where a cast of quirky creatures, including giraffes, monkeys, sloths, and hippopotamuses, come together to preserve the harmony of their waterhole.

The story revolves around two bull elephants who both want to be the leader of the herd, leading to a fight. The jungle's cast of characters comes together to preserve the harmony of their waterhole. Will the elephants find a way to get along? This New, Day charming book is perfect for children of all ages, reminding readers of the importance of friendship and harmony.

James Marck, a journalist, author, artist, and musician, wrote the original handwritten manuscript in 1993. The manuscript remained tucked away until Carol Perdic stumbled upon it in her archives nearly 30 years later. Perdic teamed up with illustrator Chris White to bring the story to life for a new generation of readers.

"A Day at the Waterhole" is now available through Tellwell Publishing (RRP $24.95) and can be purchased through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indigo, and more. The book's release date was March 28, 2024, with a paperback ISBN-13 of 978-1779416230.

The rediscovery and publication of "A Day at the Waterhole" brings James Marck's timeless tale to life for young readers today. Its message of friendship and harmony in the jungle resonates as strongly now as it did when originally written three decades ago.