Local author Riza Ramos recently donated a copy of her new book “Germ Stopper Boy: The Clean Hands Hero!” to the CNMI’s state library in Susupe.
According to Joeten-Kiyu Public Library’s acting director Erlinda Naputi, Ramos donated a single copy of the book last Friday.
She said additional copies of the book are on order from a publishing house in New York.
“Additional copies will be donated to the library in the coming weeks,” Naputi said.
“Germ Stopper Boy: The Clean Hands Hero!” is the second book by Ramos. She also wrote “The Boy Who Dreamed to Be With His Parents on Saipan.”
“Germ Stopper Boy” is illustrated by Rodante Guarda and edited by Walt Goodridge.
It features Little Eman who doesn’t understand why he always has to wash his hands. One day, when he learns something cool at school, it makes him want to become a superhero in his home. Children will want to find out how they can become superheroes too.
The book, classified as Juvenile Fiction under Health & Daily Living, is published and distributed by Riza Ramos Books. Its e-book version is available for online ordering at http://www.rizaramosbooks.com.