Fountain Hills author publishes first children’s book

Ed (Submitted photo)

Ed Roh (Submitted photo)

Edward Roh, a resident of Fountain Hills, is proud to announce that he has penned his first book, “Clarence, the Littlest Stork.”

Mr. Roh has been working with his publisher, Xlibris, to present this work through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Xlibris and independent book stores across the United States and Europe, according to a press release.

The front cover of "Clarence, the Littlest Stork"

The front cover of “Clarence, the Littlest Stork”

The children’s book is available as an eBook, a soft cover and a hard cover book, the release stated.

The book is about a stork named Clarence, who has a few physical challenges. But he does not let these stand in the way of doing what he was destined to do: deliver babies. His tenacity, positive attitude, and grit keep him determined to succeed, never wavering from his destiny, according to the release.

On a cold, snowy evening in December, he gets the chance to prove his ability and the size of his heart, despite the challenges. The book follows Clarence as he overcomes all obstacles to prove his worthiness, the release stated.

Mr. Roh has been writing stories since grade school, according to the release. After working in broadcast, sporting goods and the Academe, he has since left the corporate world to write professionally.

His first work has received accolades from other professional authors and editors in the publishing world, as well as his own publisher. He is writing several other children’s books which he will release in the upcoming future, stated the release.

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