Golden Head and Silver Head
Posted: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at 03:41 PM UT
Golden Head and his twin sister Silver Head live a wonderful life with their mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Precious. Their lives get even better when they befriend a merman named Joey.
When Mr. and Mrs. Precious are lost at sea trouble comes knocking. Without the guidance of his mother and father, Golden Head falls in with a bad crowd. Without the guidance of his parents, poor judgment leads to the loss of the gold upon his head and puts his life in danger. What can Joey and Silver Head do to help him?
“This is a lovely book that everyone can relate to. It is a simple story and yet it covers almost all aspects of life.”
“Ms. Jonas presents several important life values in a manner that is not preachy, while maintaining the interest of the young reader. Good relationships result in good outcomes, and destructive relationships result in bad outcomes.”
New author of children books, Romena Jonas, presents several life values in a simple story that is not preachy, yet maintains the interest of the young Audience.
SAN JOSE, California, April 6, 2014 — Golden Head and Silver Head live a wonderful life with their mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Precious. Their lives get even better when they befriend a merman named Joey.
Trouble comes knocking when Mr. and Mrs. Precious are lost at sea. Without the guidance of his mother and father, Golden Head falls in with a bad crowd. The resulting inevitable poor judgments lead to the loss of the gold upon his head, and puts his life in danger. What can Joey and Silver Head do to help him?
As a child the books that I have read have left a lasting impression on me. Reading helped me build and develop ethics and moral standards. I have honed my sense of recognizing good and bad, compassion, love for all living things, respect, honor, and have gained knowledge and wisdom, a process that has no end.
With every book read, I have said to myself: “I wish I knew this before. It would have saved me from lots of heartaches.”
It has always been my dream to positively impact young minds and give them the gift of wisdom that the world has given me throughout my entire life. This process never ends. I will continue gaining wisdom through reading and transferring what I have learned to our youth through my second chapter book, Stevie the Wonderful Dog.
First-time author of children books, Romena Jonas has always desired to positively impact young minds through transfer of knowledge and wisdom. Ms. Jonas has continuously strived to challenge herself and experience life to its fullest; for she believes that life is education for the soul.
Ms. Jonas graduated with a B.S. in Geology from Temple University in 1982. Prior to graduation, she co-authored and published a book on Pennsylvania Earthquakes (under the name of Gladees Abdypoor). Ms. Jonas has founded and managed two Engineering firms in California. She has established a non-profit educational organization called “Assyrians for Education,” and has served as a Board Member on several non-profit organizations. Ms. Jonas was one of the founders of a private school in California. She was nominated as the Trailblazer finalist by the National Association of Women business Owners (NAWBO), San Francisco Bay Chapter. In 2009, she was included in the Worldwide Who’s Who Registry of Distinguished individuals. Currently, Ms. Jonas hosts a TV show called “Doing Business in America” on Assyrian National Broadcasting Television Station.
Doing Business In America (ANB-EP1)