PORTSMOUTH, NH – Seacoast Press, a premier book publisher in NH, is pleased to announce the release of An Astounding Bear’s Journey by author Charles S. Lessard. At 32 pages, this children’s picture book is filled with vibrant color illustrations and a story centered on an outcast bear named Astound.
From the back cover: A bear, named Astound, discovers early on that he is different and treated as an outcast. He travels the world over in search of a place where he is accepted. He finds it among a tribe of bears in the North Pole.
“The book teaches children a great lesson of finding acceptance and peace,” said bestselling author J.J. Hebert. “It also serves as a reminder to adults that anyone can find acceptance, no matter how different you might be…”
An Astounding Bear’s Journey is available in paperback from Seacoast Press via Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other fine retailers worldwide, for a suggested retail price of $13.99. Wholesale orders can be placed through Ingram or Baker & Taylor.
About Charles S. Lessard:
Charles Lessard and his wife, Melissa, live with their five children in Alstead, NH. His hobbies include community-theater, bicycle riding, camping with the family, hiking, and writing. He has been writing short stories for over 20 years and draws on his children as well as his own childhood memories for inspiration on story topics.
About Seacoast Press:
Seacoast Press book publishers, located in Portsmouth, NH, gives authors the control and fast turnaround times that self-publishers enjoy, while simultaneously providing support and quality book publishing services that authors have come to expect from traditional publishers. Seacoast Press’ book self-publishing services include custom book design; editing; printing; distribution; publicity; social media marketing; and more. All Seacoast Press authors retain 100% royalties.
For more information, go to http://www.seacoastpress.com
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