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Robert Temple Frost Winds Up Inspiring in a Fun-Filled Paddleboard Adventure

Adventure loving author took his readers on a knowledge and inspiration filled book that centered on overcoming challenges with fun.

Boulder, Colorado – WEBWIRE

"It’s always fun to get wet…” this book suggests just how fun it is to read a story that mirrors life and the hidden principles.

Perfect for middle-grade children, “Long Trip Home: Stand Up Paddleboard Fantasy” will take them into dreaming of an adventure where they take to be heroes and overcomers. This book tells a story of two brothers, Akoni and Micah, who modified their ocean-going kayak to visit their grandmother in Molokai, Hawaii.
“Long Trip Home: Stand Up Paddleboard Fantasy” teaches lessons of courage and firm belief to succeed as they face life-threatening events such as the dangerous currents while also learning to appreciate the rare good things in life such as the playful dolphins and many others. Truly, this is a promising story to read.
Certainly look for Robert Temple Frost’s “Long Trip Home: Stand Up Paddleboard Fantasy” to be displayed in 2018 New York Rights Fair on May 30,  Wednesday. 
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Book copies are available at Amazon and other online book retailers.
Long Trip Home: Stand Up Paddleboard Fantasy
Written by: Robert Temple Frost
Published by: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC
Published date: May 15, 2013
Kindle price: $6.75
About the Author
Robert Temple Frost was born in Denver, Colorado and was raised in Denver and Colorado Springs. He graduated from East Denver High, attended the University of Colorado at Boulder graduating with a BS degree in Business and Finance. He joined the U. S. Air Force during the Korean War and served as a Petroleum Officer during a tour on Okinawa. In 1957 Robert was appointed to an administrative position with the Department of Commerce in Boulder. He retired in 1991 after thirty six years of Federal employment with Commerce environmental research laboratories.
Robert completed and self-published in 1991 a novel entitled, “The Knowers — First Move.” This novel has a strong new consciousness and spirituality theme, and is a stimulant for political party and social viewpoint changes. Go to Robert’s website, to review the book and reviewers’ comments, and to order the book. You will find that a sequel non-fiction book, “The Knowers — Second Move,” is available to read and/or download free.

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