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Carol Elek Shares an Exciting Story of the Old West and Includes a Moving Relationship Between Fathers and Sons

“Two Boys and the Rustlers” includes a quick view of life in early California and also provides life lessons with a twist of enthralling adventure.


Adventure never ends and could change lives forever.

Carol Elek comes up with a great old West story packed with amazing adventures into a journey of love, courage, friendship and the struggle of growing up in her book, “Two Boys and the Rustlers.” This book illustrates forgotten pictures of horses and men, the bad and good cowboys and the California history. 
“Two Boys and the Rustlers” opens in the year 1852. This is the time where cowboys and ranches made up the American West. Readers will be amazed as to how perfectly the author lays her research and talent in sharing the representation of a long lost time with a twist of adventures and a historical touch of early California. In the story, two innocent boys found a herd of stolen cattle and from there sets off series of events that will change their lives forever. 
“Two Boys and the Rustlers” is a great read for readers who love adventures of bad and good cowboys and the old West. The realistic scenarios and the boys’ adventures will challenge the minds of young and adolescent readers. However, since it is not only exciting, but also very informative, this hard-to-put-down book is recommended for all readers. This amazing book will be presented along with other books on May 30, 2018, at the 2018 New York Rights Fair. Bring friends and grab a copy!
Two Boys and the Rustlers 
Written by: Carol Elek 
Published by: Page Publishing, Inc. 
Date published: July 28, 2014 
Paperback price: $14.95
About the Author 
Carol Elek was born in Cleveland, Ohio and spent most of her childhood in Wickliffe, a suburb of Cleveland. While in her teens, her family moved to Temple City, California, which is east of Los Angeles. After she married, she and her family moved several times until finally settling in La Verne, California, a lovely city in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, twenty five miles east of Pasadena. 

Carol has three adult children, four grandchildren, and two cats. Misty is a Russian Blue and is the author’s muse. When Carol sits down to write, she sits on her lap for a while, then curls on a chair next to Carol and sleeps all the time she’s writing. She is a smart, wonderful cat. Pepper is a beautiful black cat who is afraid of people. She is the opposite of Misty.

As an avid lover of California history, Carol became a volunteer docent at the Workman-Temple Homestead Museum in the City of Industry, California. She learned about California’s very complex, interesting, and exciting history. The historic site contains two adobe homes and the oldest private cemetery and mausoleum in the area. The first home was built by William Workman in 1842. Walter Temple, Mr. Workman’s grandson, built the second one in the 1920s. Carol and other volunteers give guided tours through both homes and the museum hosts several themed events throughout the year.

The Museum also holds storytelling events several times a year. The storytellers choose books that have been written in and focus on the 1840-1930 time period that the Museum covers. Carol, as one of the storytellers, saw the need for a book in this period for pre-teens. While it is not written in the time period, it does reflect the way people lived and traveled in that time. Carol hopes that everyone will enjoy reading about two brave boys and the rustlers.

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 Fathers and Sons
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