Cover Reveal: Moby Plays the Flute

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Children’s Fiction / Contemporary

Date Published: 09-20-2022

Publisher: Tabletop Publishing


Moby Plays the Flute is a heartwarming story of a young girl who learns the
importance of perseverance and hard work after her father, a U.S. Marine,
must leave home for a year. His last parting gift, a simple flute, becomes
the tool that will ultimately show Moby what hard work is and how it can pay
off BIG time.

This is more than just a children’s picture book. This story is
relatable to kids of all ages as they learn, grow, and find the things in
life that they are passionate about. Passion does not come without effort;
something all kids learn at some point in their lives. Find out how Moby
finds her passion and her resilience in Moby Plays the Flute.

About the Author

Eeha Bhatt devoted herself to writing and drawing during her school years.
Many of her stories were selected for the school magazine as well as many
drawings for the kid’s exhibition organized by Kala Bhavan, Visva
Bharati University.

Ever since she aspired to write stories for children and convey the
messages to be better with each step towards betterment. Her stories are
based upon her own experiences in life, that have helped her to always move
forward. She writes to tell this message to all of the kids out there.

Eeha Bhatt is a self-taught part-time artist and a full-time Japanese
language interpreter/translator and teacher. She graduated from the Visva
Bharati University (University in India opened by the Nobel Laureate
Rabindranath Tagore and also where Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen comes from)
with a degree in Japanese Language. She completed her Masters in Japanese
Language from Jawaharlal Nehru University in 2012.

Bhatt has published her artwork in Dragonfly Hopeworks’s 2018 magazine of
Howards County, Maryland, US. She has won an exhibition opportunity in
Greenbelt Arts Center, MD, US, and an award for a Tsunami Picture
collage/story at Kizuna India organized by Japan. She is currently located
in Dallas, Texas, aspiring to be a full-time artist and story writer.

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