Ten-Year Old Francis Parker Student Releases Second Book

| November 3, 2019 | 0 Comments

Arden Pala, a ten-year old, fifth grade student at Francis Parker is already an established author and returns with another exciting chapter to capture the imagination of young readers. “The Adventures of Noah’s Flying Car Through Turkey” is the second in the series.  His first book was titled, “The Adventures of Noah’s Flying Car.” Pala continues to whimsically embrace the unique and beautiful aspects of culture and togetherness.

It is important for Pala to communicate to young readers the goodwill gestures and golden rules of being inclusive and welcoming, despite our differences.

No matter where we come from, we are all human and our cultural differences give us unique lenses and perspectives of the world. Sharing and acceptance are qualities that are at the heart of Pala’s adventurous tales.

A creative and dedicated student, in addition to writing, he loves professional theater and will be acting with the Old Globe in Balboa Park this upcoming holiday season.

Pala’s first book sold over 5000 copies with all proceeds donated to low-income youth. Partial proceeds of the latest book will be donated to homeless pets.

Just like the characters in his books, Pala and his family choose to implement the dynamics of paying it forward and assisting our communities with genuine assistance and care.

“The Adventures of Noah’s Flying Car Through Turkey” and “The Adventures of Noah’s Flying Car” are available on Amazon.

For more information on his books and life interests, visit Arden Pala’s website at www.ardenpala.com.

Arden Pala is already an accomplished author who likes to “pay it forward.”

Tags: ,

Category: Education, feature, Local News

About the Author ()

General articles by the Presidio Sentinel and Associated Partners.