James C. Vincent's New Book 'I'm Gonna Miss My Brother' is a Sweet Story of a Girl Who Realizes That Spending a Weekend Away From Her Little Brother May Be Difficult.

James C. Vincent, a retired art teacher and delightful storyteller, has completed his most recent book “I'm Gonna Miss My Brother”: an engaging and relatable story of a little girl reflecting on the impending weekend without her younger brother.  

James C. Vincent believes that reading to children and encouraging them to learn to read will always be a necessity to a child’s communication skills and mental growth. He says, “I maintain that there will never be any type of technology to replace these important qualities. I feel that the best medicine for a good night’s sleep is an entertaining story.”

Published by Fulton Books, James C. Vincent’s book is the third children's book in his Beginning Cycles of Life series about a young girl named Rita and her brother, who she calls “Bubby.”

In this current installment, Rita experiences new emotions.  Her brother goes with his paternal grandparents out of town for the weekend, and she stays with her maternal grandparents, while the parents take a short trip. Rita feels a deep sense of nostalgia and melancholy due to the realization that she loves her brother and thus misses his presence.

The love a four-year-old girl feels towards her two-year-old brother is in contrast due to the difference in their ages and varying ways in which they each express themselves. This makes for an entertaining story full of sentiment and humor with a happy ending.

Readers who wish to experience this charming work can purchase “I'm Gonna Miss My Brother” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at gregory@fultonbooks.com or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

Source: Fulton Books


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