David Fankushen’s New Book ‘My GRANDPA Has SUPERPOWERS’ is a Thrilling Story About a Grandpa Who Rescues His Grandchildren in Amazing Ways

Fulton Books author David Fankushen, a writer and a graduate from Queens College and the NYU School of Medicine, has completed his most recent book “My GRANDPA Has SUPERPOWERS”: a delightful story narrated by middle schooler, Lilah, about her grandpa who has been gifted with incredible powers, which he uses to help her and his three other grandchildren.
Fankushen shares, “A loving grandfather discovers he has supernatural powers similar to those of kabbalistic masters of the past. He employs his special abilities to assist his grandchildren to cope with difficulties that beset them through no fault of their own. These include an unappreciative teacher, a stolen bike, cramping during sporting events, and a basketball opponent who is much too tall and skilled for his league. While the story reveals many aspects of Jewish mysticism, the problems the children encounter are those common to many twenty-first-century kids. The grandfather offers age-old remedies for modern predicaments.”
Published by Fulton Books, David Fankushen’s book is a colorfully illustrated tale that ties in Jewish mysticism and modern-day problems that kids have in school and around the community.
It’s about love, affection, and family ties.
Readers who wish to experience this lovely work can purchase “My GRANDPA Has SUPERPOWERS” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books