Montreal, Canada, June 24, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- "Christian children have super powers," says Mireille Mishriky in her first book. "Real super powers. Powers that put those of fictional superheroes to shame. And yet, most Christian children only discover their powers much later on in life. This tragedy ends today."
Mireille Mishriky has written an engaging story about Philo, an everyday Christian boy who suddenly discovers his Holy powers and how to activate them. The story follows Philo as he learns to harness his powers to become a role model to other children and a more active Christian. His powers can help him realize his vocation of being 'the light of the world' and 'the salt of the earth.'
The colorfully dynamic drawings, illustrated by the talented Stephanie V. Palumbo, grab the attention of young readers as they are introduced to the 9 super powers bestowed to Philo - and to all Christian children.
Mireille Mishriky has a Journalism degree from Concordia University (Montreal, Canada). She made a career in the corporate world, but continues to nurture her love of writing. Stephanie V. Palumbo is an illustrator, graphic designer and painter, currently working as a graphic artist at a top fashion house in Montréal. "Philo and the SuperHolies" is available, in English, French on Amazon.com
Also available on Kindle.