Georgia Author’s New Book Forever Friends is a Simple and Meaningful Story About Making Friends, Being Kind, and Not Judging People
Author of Fulton Books Chris Cokley, a twenty-five-year-old author who grew up in the eastern part of Savannah, Georgia, has completed his most recent book, “Forever Friends”: A Heartwarming Tale of Friendships. He follows Aubree with her new friend and how she, despite the initial reluctance, was still able to make friends and have a good time.
Cokley shares, “This book was written to help children understand that it doesn’t matter what color your skin is or even if a person looks different.”
Posted by Fulton Books, Chris Cokley’s book is short but a very impactful read that is about forming friendships and not being prejudiced. This work is simple, but it touches on an important topic that children should learn and that adults should remember.
Readers who wish to discover this beautiful work can purchase “Forever Friends” in bookstores around the world, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
Source: Fulton Books