Donna Forrest Gorsick’s New Book ‘Olcie and Tobascus’ Is an Enjoyable Story for Kids About Facing the Challenge to Overcome Great Fears

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Mar 17, 2022

Fulton Books author Donna Forrest Gorsick, a retired woman who continues spending her time writing books for young readers, has completed her most recent book “Olcie and Tobascus”: a lighthearted illustration about a seagull and crab who must face the very fears that make them different from the others. With the threat of a calamity, they were left with no choice but to seek safety—and courage, especially now, is greatly needed.

Gorsick shares, “Olcie is a seagull who is afraid of heights and gets dizzy whenever she tries to fly. The result is rather humiliating when she finds herself tumbling across the sand in front of family and friends. Tobascus is a crab that gets seasick and spends his time in a small pool of water surrounded by rocks which allows him to play without fear of being swept into deep water by the waves. Facing the threat of a terrible storm, these unique characters come together and, through their friendship, find a way to help each other overcome their fears and get to safety. Their adventure is exciting, sometimes dangerous, and often funny.”

Published by Fulton Books, Donna Forrest Gorsick’s tales weave an educational fiction for the kids that will introduce to them a pair of adorable creatures whose fears have always held them back. But at the height of danger, they will push through and through.

Young readers will find this work entertaining and filled with values that could help them out as they grow.

Readers who wish to experience this lovely work can purchase “Olcie and Tobascus” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books

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