Waterside Productions Announces Joseph McIntire's New Book "Mr. Umgawa's Pumpkin Tree"
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CARDIFF BY THE SEA, Calif. - Californer -- Joseph McIntire is a research physicist turned poet who found the beauty of storytelling. He is a featured poet who still performs his original work for others. Joseph is also an adventurer and climber doing high altitude mountain rescue in the Sierra Nevada. His adventures have taken him on four treks in the Himalayas during his late seventies and early eighties. He has traveled extensively in the outbacks of Alaska. Centered in Kotzebue (Kobuc region) above the Arctic Circle, he taught in remote villages for the University of Alaska. Retirement has provided him more time to write. Joseph has previously written Tummy Talks edited by Madeleine Sigman-Grant, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Cooperative Extension, Special Publication SP-03-06 (A book to help parents combat early childhood obesity). His latest book, Mr. Umgawa's Pumpkin Tree, is about a treasured story of tradition published by Waterside Productions. Currently, in the works is the sequel to Mr. Umgawa's Pumpkin Tree called Big Black Wolf's Independence Day Party and a poetry book called The Golden Whale. Joseph once again writes to the children with a story of promise and hope.

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The creative illustration talent of Aubrey Morgan Foster, http://aubreymorgan.art, has brought the story, Mr. Umgawa's Pumpkin Tree, to vivid life. Her illustrations capture that vision that only children can see. Aubrey is already an accomplished illustrator with 3 children/adult books under her belt and more in the works. She illustrated The Dancin' Pancakes Drug-Busting Musical Story by Rick Vitacco, and soon to be published book for children/adults called IT by Mark Hattas. She is also working the sequel for Mr. Umgawa's Pumpkin Tree called Big Black Wolf's Independence Day Party and a poetry book called The Golden Whale both written by Joseph McIntire.

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