Delroy Thompson, Jamaica-born and resident for 30 years, writes a delightful book with great illustrations about an enchanting adventure in Helen and the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Georgia, involving the elusive elves and a young boy. A great summer read for children and the young at heart.
Helen is a real alpine tourist village in North Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Alfred, who lives in this enchanting, German-style town, enjoys exploring the nearby mountains. After he happens to rescue an elf King, he receives an invitation and top-secret directions to the King’s mysterious kingdom. A wonderful adventure ensues; this fine book ends with a rhyme summarizing the work of elves. It is a delightful book with great illustrations. The child in your life will be reading to the story’s satisfactory end!
Author, Delroy Thompson, is a middle school teacher in Cumming, Georgia: Delroy Thompson grew up in St. Catherine, Jamaica, and moved to the United States at 30 years old. He is a teacher who has worked with children in Hawaii and South Florida, and presently teaches at a middle school in North Georgia, in the region where this story is based. He holds teaching certificates in social studies, special education, and reading.
Thompson’s education includes a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science and History and a Master’s Degree in Counseling Studies. He is physically disabled and has a can-do spirit. Thompson lives with his wife, daughter, and their lovable golden retriever. His hobbies include history, chess, and writing ‘The Secret of the Elves in Helen’ is available on Amazon.com (paperback) for $11.65, in Kindle format for $5.99, and through the publishers’ website: www.alicepublishers.com