Michael Green's New Book 'Finneus the Dolphin: The Story of a Boy Who Becomes a Dolphin' is a thrilling and fantastical ocean adventure for young readers

Fulton Books author Michael Green, who has spent the majority of his life in the ocean, has completed his most recent book "Finneus the Dolphin: The Story of a Boy Who Becomes a Dolphin": a thrilling body-swap adventure about a boy who finds himself inside the body of a dolphin.

Green has spent the majority of his life in the ocean as a surfer, scuba diver, boater, and lover of all things ocean related. Michael has had a number of pieces published in the youth sports arena while he was coaching baseball, football, basketball, and softball for 30 years. He believes that our greatest impact in this world can come from having a positive influence on young people and inspiring them to follow their dreams. His hope for Finneus is to inspire a new generation of ocean enthusiasts and stewards of the planet by providing this perspective on what it may be like to live as a dolphin and experience what our oceans provide to us.

Published by Fulton Books, Green's book is the story of Phillip, a teen surfer from the sleepy town of Beluga Bay, who finds himself in the body of Finneus the dolphin after the dolphin saved him from drowning on a huge wave. Phillip always dreamed of being a dolphin, but this dream could become a nightmare if he can't survive in the ocean and find a way back to his human body, which now lies in a coma.

Finneus experiences all the excitement, beauty, and terror of marine life—killer whales, a blue whale mother and calf, migrating gray whales, tiger sharks, and schools of tuna hunting anchovies, and so much more. He also enjoys riding waves with surfers and off the bows of large ships. He and his new dolphin brothers have a marvelous adventure, but they also need to help save their small beach community from becoming a busy yachting town.

Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase "Finneus the Dolphin: The Story of a Boy Who Becomes a Dolphin" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books