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Legends, Curses, and Adventure on a Snowy Oklahoma Christmas Eve

This year’s one of the most anticipated children’s books is “Josh and the Skeleton,” a Skip Ashworth creation. The work has a touch of horrific thrill that will keep readers flipping page after page and, in the process, know the legendary stories of the native settlers, stimulating the curios minds of the young readers.


It’s an established fact that children are fond of stories like myths and legends. Such stories aid in shaping the mindset and morals of the young minds. Author Skip Ashworth took this into account when he wrote “Josh and the Skeleton” to stimulate curiosity and fuel up the children’s spirit of adventure.

A glimpse into the book: Josh and his dog happens upon a dreaded legend he thought was a mere made-up story. Confronted with the legend-turned-reality, he fails to gather his wit and falls into a series of mishaps. Memories he shares with his late grandfather comes into his mind and he gains his composure and musters the courage his frail soul allows.

In this book, Ashworth encourages the readers, especially the kids that an adventure is an opportunity to get better, that there are certain adventures weaved with a series of mishaps in one’s life that shapes him or her into stronger and better individual.

The fictional work is an effective tool to teach children and prepare them to conquer their fears in the hopes of doing the right things. They will be able to reflect that adventures aren’t just about fun and games but are also a learning process.

Find out more about the exciting journey of a young boy who tries to find out about the mysteries that keeps haunting him. Will he be able to solve the puzzle or will he give up? Grab a copy now and have fun reading.

“Josh and the Skeleton”
Written by Skip Ashworth
Published by Your Online Publicist
Published Date: December 2019
Paperback:  $9.75
Ebook: $2.90

About the Author
Skip Ashworth is an AP Teacher and a basketball coach. He spent most of his time working with students in the fifth grade to college for forty-seven years. He was able to develop his history course in Oklahoma on his own. He loves to educate himself and participate in a Chickasaw Culture together with his wife who is also part Chickasaw.

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