The Adventures of George Global by Peter Gorin

Green Lifestyles - The Adventures of George Global by Peter Gorin follows George Global as he fights to keep the planet greenThe Adventures of George Global by Peter Gorin follows George Global as he fights to keep the planet green

DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. (MMD Newswire)  — The Adventures of George Global: The Lakeside Lather by Peter Gorin aims to teach children environmental responsibility through the fun, wisecracking superhero George Global.

George Global, who Gorin created with John Magno, is a clever, globe-shaped avenger on a mission to clean up the planet. George defends the earth from polluters, wasters and the Grimlex-creatures dedicated to destroying the environment. The Grimlex can morph into various shapes in order to trick people into harming the earth, but George enlists the help of local children to reveal the Grimlex’s true nature and to aid in foiling their plans to destroy the planet’s natural beauty.

Gorin and Magno want to send the message to children that although it’s fun to join up with superheroes, it does not take super powers to help keep the earth clean. The Adventures of George Global hopes to show readers that small, everyday acts add up to make powerful changes in the world. Through George, the lesson of preserving the environment is intended to come across in an entertaining, humorous and easy-to-understand way. The book puts children in a position of responsibility and aims to show them that achievable, everyday actions have a great effect on everyone.

The Adventures of George Global: The Lakeside Lather is available online at Amazon.com and other channels.

About the Author
Peter Gorin is a promotional products consultant and has also been a writer and producer for Silly Music, a producer of comedic music. He is also a performer in GAS, a music group that performs at local charity events.

John Magno has sourced and provided promotional products in support of many children’s books including Knuffle Bunny, Ramona and Beezus and Fancy Nancy for Harper Collins and an array of titles for Scholastic Publishing.


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