A Must-have "Early Chapter Book" for your little adventurers!
Everyone knows that the brother and sister team of six-year-old Mophie and three-year-old Picholas, can always count on their buddy, Sylvester the Dragon, when they need help. But how did they become pals with a dragon in the first place?
In "How the Kids Met Sylvester the Dragon", you'll read about the exciting adventure that led to this lasting bond of loyalty and friendship. You'll also meet Soso--an actual Smarma-footus--as well as Giddyap, a brave steed from the enchanted Kingdom of the Magic Horses. And by the way, be prepared for your first look at evil Queen Blunderpuss' castle.
Book 2 of "The Adventures of Mophie and Picholas" series is a delightful adventure story about courageous siblings and childhood relationships. Toss in a dose of humor, and how can you go wrong? And by the time you finish reading, you'll understand why Sylvester the Dragon will always be there when Mophie and Picholas call.
The Adventures of Mophie and Picholas series is intended for children ages 4 - 9.
About the Author
Joe attended Fordham University - Rose Hill Campus, and graduated with a B.A. degree in political science. He then attended Fordham University School of Law, and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree. He was a practicing attorney and a municipal court judge. Practicing law certainly had wonderful moments, but to call it "utter euphoria"--well, that was a stretch. So, in 2010, Joe decided that it was time to reward himself for his innate goodness, generosity, love of all living things, and, of course, humility. Together with his son, Anthony (also a paragon of virtue), he formed Pandolfi Communications. The company currently publishes a series of scintillating, joy-producing, and chuckle-filled children's books, entitled "The Adventures of Mophie and Picholas ", written by Joe and his son. Joe was also a 2015 Jim Martin Memorial Mystery Writers award recipient for his flash fiction piece, "Psychology for Dummies". He also served as a member of the Board of Trustees of Project Literacy of Greater Bergen County (a non-profit organization) for fifteen years, and was accorded a Special Recognition in Literacy Award from that organization.