Chris Cokley’s New Book ‘Forever Friends: Do We Still Wear Masks?’ is a Wonderful Tale of Friendship That Transcends Race
Fulton Books author, Chris Cokley, a native of the East Side of Savannah, Georgia, a UAB graduate, a professional basketball player, has completed his most recent book "Forever Friends: Do We Still Wear Masks?": a sweet story about two friends who were forced to stay at home due to the ongoing virus. Aubree misses seeing her friends, especially Angela. Her parents did the best that they could to play with her but it wasn't just the same as playing with Angela. Will a time come for her and Angela to meet and play again?
Cokley shares, "This book was written to help children understand that it does not matter the color of your skin or even if a person looks different -- a friendship is based on the kindness in your heart."
Published by Fulton Books, Chris Cokley's book is a charming picture book that promotes friendship and kindness. It also depicts the current health protocol that one must follow nowadays.
This lighthearted read will surely put a smile on a reader's face.
Readers who wish to experience this delightful work can purchase "Forever Friends: Do We Still Wear Masks?" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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