During the 36th annual CHEA Convention, July 11 to July 13, 2019 at the Pasadena Convention Center, PFE Publishing, a niche publisher of award winning Daisy’s Adventures books announces pre-orders will be possible for Edges, their new large-print nine-part fast-paced action adventure.
The publisher’s books have become popular by word-of-mouth. Many readers have remarked that the Daisy’s Adventures book-sets are so appealing because, by design, they do not describe the physical characteristics of Daisy, the main character. This is so readers from any demographic can relate to the stories as they easily identify with their favorite characters.
The new Edges series is part of a larger plan to publish more fast-paced action, infused with educational references to allow the reader to retain facts which are woven into the Edges stories in a relevant, meaningful, and memorable way. More Edges novelettes are in development, featuring the main characters of a daring school teacher and an investigative reporter. The tenth book of the Edges series is a companion guide titled Conversation Station to help care-givers navigate discussions with mature readers which will improve student critical thinking, history, social studies, interpersonal interactions and other skills. The goal of the books is also to create opportunities for conversation between care-giver and reader.
Edges cover-art not only incorporates exciting story elements, but the binary code also reveals a message, a puzzle which will engage readers interested in deciphering..
“We developed these books to challenge thinking, reveal a morality play, demonstrate consequences when a character makes a good or bad choice,” Wynter Sommers, the author, stated. The author added, “When you find yourself receiving simple one-word answers from your teenager, the Conversation Station will help you get them chatting. Sometimes it’s easier to talk about what happens to a fictional hero rather than immediately delve into something sensitive or personal. Just start the conversation and see where it goes. I believe learning through heart-felt character development in stories is longer lasting than trying to memorize cold isolated facts,” says Wynter Sommers. The author holds a Ph.D. in Education from the University of California.
The Christian Home Educators Association of California (CHEA) is the venue where PFE Publishing has decided to give convention attendees a first look at the new series.