A significant portion of childhood involves play and Imagination. Children playing without rules or structure are said to engage in imaginative play, also referred to as dramatic play, pretend play, or make-believe. Imaginative play is when a child acts to be another person, animal, or object or thinks something else is it.
Adrian Comer, is an enthusiastic author, loves to write, and he penned his imagination about two children who love to create an imaginative world and play knight and the king in their world.
Adrian was born in Lymington on the south coast. He was impacted by the charm of the New Forest because he was raised there. He began studying the drums in school, and the bands he participated in came close to signing record agreements. The next stage was to pen songs and poems before focusing his writing skills on picture books for kids. He would claim that despite working in engineering for most of his life, he has never grown up.
The secret Prince by Adrian Comer is a tale of two lads whose preferred pastime is playing knights on the backs of horses. They waited enthusiastically for summer vacations to play their favorite pretend game in the park.
While playing in the park, they came upon a young girl sitting behind the goalpost, crying while playing on the playing field behind their houses. “You would not understand,” she retorted when asked why she was crying.
They had no idea this was the beginning of a grand journey that would take them to a different planet. Making them instrumental in eradicating the blite that covered the landscape and robbed it of any color. Until they can rid the realm of the cures and arrive at the forgotten mountain.
Will they find out who the girl is and why she is crying? Will they help the girl and understand her problem? Let’s grab a copy of this page-turning book to find out the answers to this fun mystery Children’s book by Adrian Roderick Emeris Comer. The second book “In Search for The Key” is also live & available on Amazon.
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