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Marcus Mohalland and Janet Lewis Zelesnikar

Marcus E. Mohalland and Janet L. Lewis Zelesnikar are continuing their journey of the self-published “Silly Nomads” book series. This is the second volume in the series, and tells a tale of two mischievous Jamaican brothers who enter into their own imagined world of ninjas to complete a secret mission. The book, Silly Nomads Go Ninja Crazy –Vol. 2, has now hit the market and brings you a hilarious adventure as characters Suhcrom and his younger brother Naddih go to any lengths necessary to recover a valuable book that was lent to their neighbor Hamburg by mistake.

About the Authors

Marcus E. Mohalland was born in Jamaica and was raised in communities that, according to Jamaican standards were between poor and middle class. Many of his own life experiences are recounted in this story. He obtained his Master’s degree from Binghamton University and resides in Vestal, N.Y. “I have always desired to write about my life in a way that would encourage youth to enjoy their childhood, be grateful for what they have, and motivate them to achieve their greatest potential.”

Janet L. Lewis Zelesnikar was born and raised in Endicott, New York. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University and works as a Registered Nurse. She lives in Endwell, N.Y. with her husband, John, and her best furry friend, Sam. “Every child deserves to have fun as they grow and learn and should be encouraged to use their imagination. I was privileged to have such a childhood.”

Readers Opinions of the Book

A seven year old stated that she likes the book because it’s funny and the boys are adventurous. Another young reader, age thirteen, enjoyed how the book starts out in the middle of the action and how Suhcrom acts like the older brother who is responsible for his little brother. Another reader indicated how they liked the story for how it represents Jamaica, yet has a global appeal
This fast paced book targets young readers age 8-12, encourages them to use their imaginations and appeals universally to every culture. It serves the authors’ purpose to promote literacy and the importance of reading to a child’s education. This book is available on:

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*This book is also available on Kindle*

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