Friends are wealth
And having one or more is also good for one’s health
The world can be cruel sometimes, and most of the time, it is not easy to find someone that share your looks, your thoughts, and your feelings. However, we all should not worry about similar looks. We all would learn from a story about how friendship blooms despite the friends not having the same looks.
The Adventures of Pinch and Nardo is the story of friendship between an inchworm and a bullfrog. They clearly do not look alike. But they share other things. They accept each other despite their appearances. To them, what matters more are respect, trust, and care for each other. They are the best of friends.
Their journey details their search for their purpose in life, while still being able to stand beside each other, ready to lend support at whoever needs it most. And in today’s world, we could all use a lesson about setting differences aside and lifting friends up. Hop along the ride in The Adventures of Pinch and Nardo.
About the Author
Author Kenneth B. Fuerstinger was born in San Diego, California, on November 5, 1964. He was a part of a video production company for eight years, until 9/11 happened. He suffered the loss of a job and then his parents, one after the other, afterwards. These had taken a toll on his mental health, but he keeps fighting. As a young kid, he always wanted to draw. And this children’s book is a fruit of his love for drawing and telling stories.