by John S. Rawlings, IV, Illustrated by Vito Espina
Whenever you miss me, go to your fort, take a picture of me inside, close your eyes, and remember that Daddy loves you both so very much.
Johnny and Jayme love when their mommy and daddy come to visit them in their homemade “Fort Happiness,” made from unused box from around the house. But they especially love when Daddy comes to visit because they can have snack time in their fort.
With thirteen full-color illustrations, Sometimes Boxes Make the Best Forts is a great way for parents to teach their children that no matter how many times people move or things change, what never changes is a family’s love for each other.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
John S. Rawlings, IV lives in Florida with his wife, Jayme, and their son, Johnny. He has a bachelor’s degree in management from Colorado Christian University and a master’s degree – also in management – from Webster University. He is a member of the VFW, the American Legion, the Grand Lodge of Florida, and the World Huk Ju Sool Hapkido Association. He enjoys martial arts, mountain climbing, and exercising. This is his first published book.
(2006, paperback, 32 pages)