Dora Imas’ New Book ‘My Name is Daniel’ is an Incredible Tale That Highlights a Valuable Lesson About the Connection Between Different Generations

Press Release

Jul 12, 2022

Fulton Books author Dora Imas, a U.S. migrant with Jewish ancestry, a computer scientist, a loving grandma, has completed her most recent book “My Name is Daniel”: a wonderful picture book that centers around a cat named Daniel who went out of the house feeling upset. There in the park, he met an old grandpa cat who taught him a magic word. What word could it be?

Imas shares, “One day Daniel was very upset: his grandma wouldn’t give him a cookie, and sister didn’t let him use her red colored pencil. But Daniel was a very good cat. He listened to the advice of an old grandpa cat and made his day brighter and his parents happy.”

Published by Fulton Books, Dora Imas’ book is a warmly-illustrated story that highlights the power of connection between the older and younger generation and the empowering lesson that can be learned from this bond. 

It’s a great book that can be used as a tool in discussing family values.

Readers who wish to experience this light-hearted work can purchase “My Name is Daniel” 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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