Fulton Books author Chisom Onuaku, a Talented and Gifted (TAG) seventh-grader at Prince George’s County Public School, has completed his most recent book “Hidden Blessing”: an awe-inspiring account about a kid who faces a life-changing incident that made the doors to his football career close, only for him to find a better path through a silver lining.
Chisom writes, “Jacob’s life is about to change. The young freshman is listed number one on the lineup for his team’s football championship. He is drenched in attention at school, excited about the many opportunities this could open for him, but still focused on mastering the techniques to gain a competitive edge in the championship. The game begins on a warm spring afternoon. His mom, dad, and little sister watched Jacob as he ran down the field to score the first touchdown. He could still hear them crying ‘Jacob! Jacob!’ But he never expected that his football career would never be the same.
“What begins in excitement becomes frustration and adjustment to change of pace and then a reveal of the silver lining in the clouds.”
Published by Fulton Books, Chisom Onuaku’s book shares a wonderful narrative about not losing hope, never giving up on dreams, and standing back up after the fall. Jacob’s journey was a challenge, but born from it is an outstanding man who sought a way to begin again.
Readers who wish to experience this riveting work can purchase “Hidden Blessing” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.