A mysterious bottle with a deadly message is at the center of this pirate story that finds the crew of the Rising Sea unknowingly in grave danger. The evil Captain Darfous Warner has his sights set on The Ring of Hope and he will stop at nothing until he gets what he wants.<br /> Twelve year old Peter Nichols steps out of the modern world and right into the middle of this pirate mystery that has him struggling with right and wrong, good and evil and the meaning of friendship and family. After a week filled with strange dreams, missing friends and menacing pirates, Peter’s struggle to do the right thing comes to a head as he puts not only himself but his best friend in danger of becoming casualties of Captain Warner’s deadly plot. <br /> “The Ring of Hope” is a suspenseful mystery that weaves the legend about a mystical gold ring into a story about the good guys versus the bad guys. It is amusing, touching and filled with twists and turns to keep you guessing from beginning to end. This pirate mystery will capture the minds of boy, girls and adults alike.
|Publisher:||10 To 2 Children''s Books|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|
|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Daryl Cobb lives in New Jersey with his family, not far from his childhood hometown. Daryl’s writing began in college as a Theatre Arts major at Virginia Commonwealth University. He found a freshman writing class inspiring and, combined with his love for music and the guitar, he discovered a passion for songwriting. This talent would motivate him for years to come and the rhythm he created with his music also found its way into the bedtime stories he later created for his children. Through the years his son and daughter have inspired much of his work, including “Boy on the Hill”, “Daniel Dinosaur” and “Daddy Did I Ever Say? I Love You, Love You, Every Day”. <br /> When Daryl isn’t writing or plucking on his guitar he is visiting schools promoting literacy with his interactive educational assemblies. Daryl is one of New Jersey’s premier educational performers whose use of performance arts to teach and entertain has educators and assembly coordinators everywhere consistently calling his school programs “the best of the best.” These performance programs teach children about the writing and creative processes and allow Daryl to do what he feels is most important -- inspire children to read and write.