Fulton Books author Bernice Cohen, a retired nurse and Sunday school teacher, has completed her most recent book "Molly and Lee's Awesome Adventures": a charming and adorable collection of stories that follow Molly and Lee, two siblings, who find themselves encountering a myriad of adventures around the Jewish holidays that help them to explore the meaning of each special day.
"These stories will introduce you to a young brother and a sister and their adventures. Their names are Molly and Lee," writes Cohen. "They are average Jewish children. They live with their parents and their big, fluffy dog in a house near your neighborhood. Their family goes to a synagogue similar to yours. Molly and Lee are not magical or super brains. They cannot fly or become invisible (although sometimes their schoolbooks disappear when it is time to catch the school bus), but they do have some very unusual experiences. Most of their adventures seem to take place around the time of Jewish holidays. I hope that you will enjoy reading these stories with or to your children."
Published by Fulton Books, Bernice Cohen's book is the perfect tool for young readers to be introduced to Jewish holidays and stories to help them appreciate cultures and religions different from their own. Full of vibrant artwork and imaginative journeys that Molly and Lee embark upon with the help of others, readers of all ages will find themselves spellbound and full of wonder as they follow along on Cohen's exciting adventures.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase "Molly and Lee's Awesome Adventures" at select bookstores, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: Bernice Cohen's New Book 'Molly and Lee's Awesome Adventures' is a Thrilling Collection of Short Stories That Follow Two Siblings as They Experience Exciting Occurrences
This news story originally appeared at Books - RSV News on25 October 2022