Charles Weaver’s New Book ‘Elvis and the Talent Show’ Takes a Look at the Life of the Young Elvis Presley Before He Became King of Rock and Roll

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updated: Mar 3, 2021

Charles Weaver, a first-time author from Flushing, Michigan, has completed his newest book, “Elvis and the Talent Show”:  a mostly true story about the famous musician entering a state fair talent show while he was in fourth grade.

Charles writes, “Elvis Presley is the king of rock and roll. History knows Elvis the man, but little is known about his childhood. Follow young Elvis in this mostly true story when he was in the fourth grade and he entered a talent show at the state fair. Look for some of the king’s song titles embedded in the story. Be there when Elvis learns a valuable lesson that winning isn’t everything, and the only true losers are those that don’t try. Elvis’s day at the fair is filled with fun, a stomachache, and a little heartbreak. Spending the day with his mama and trying his best made this one of his favorite days of his young life, and it helped lead him on his path to what his true calling would be: to bring the gift of rock and roll to millions of adoring fans around the world.”

Published by Fulton Books, Charles Weaver’s story about the young Elvis Presley can reach out to kids everywhere that it takes courage to find the right path and realize one’s true calling.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring, semi-biographical work about Elvis Presley’s beginnings can purchase “Elvis and the Talent Show” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at [email protected] or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

Source: Fulton Books

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