Fulton Books author Joel Carver, an American author, businessman, and historian, has completed his most recent book "The Adventures Of Grandpa's Dentures: Ivory Goes Camping": a fantastic and lighthearted read where Ivory, Grandpa's dentures, went on a camping trip with the family but got left alone. Luckily, Ivory met new friends and made company.
Carver shares, "Do you remember when … your Grandpa or maybe even your Grandma would pull their false teeth out of their mouth and make funny faces? I sure do!
"This children's storybook is based on true events and adventures with my Grandpa's dentures. His dentures would get lost in the most unfortunate ways and funniest places. But through it all, Grandpa and his set of (Ivory) false teeth would always come out smiling!
"Parents, grandparents, family and friends will have fun sharing this book with the youngest of readers. Grandpa and Ivory, offer many fun teaching moments for kids, covering topics like overcoming disappointment and how to make new friends, a smile can brighten your day and the world around you, and how to see the bright side, when things don't turn out the way you want.
"Recommended for all kids who like adventure and a daily dose of Smile and Laughter!"
Published by Fulton Books, Joel Carver's amusing storybook creatively retells adventures about his grandpa's dentures and his own childhood stories in the countryside of West Texas.
With this book, kids and adults will definitely embrace smiling moments throughout their reading time.
Readers who wish to experience this delightful work can purchase "The Adventures Of Grandpa's Dentures: Ivory Goes Camping" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: Joel Carver's 'The Adventures of Grandpa's Dentures: Ivory Goes Camping' is a Wonderful Tale About Facing Disappointment, Making Friends, and Looking at the Bright Side