Jorge Zapparoli


Jorge Zapparoli, a former soldier, currently an aircraft, missile, and spacecraft engineer and an impassioned and motivated children’s writer, striving to influence and entertain readers through descriptive writing. He provokes imagination, sparks intellectuality, and transports the mind of the readers by cultivating an enthusiasm for learning. Creating characters with unique qualities and personalities, his cherished readers can emotionally connect with the contemporary style described. Jorge is confident with the art of crafting magical scenes while engaging historical facts and scientifically sound ideas, and resolving conflict with young champions in the timeline. He goes further than merely illustrating a picture with words; the composed landscape comes alive, and readers are able to experience it.

So where did I get the idea about The Histonauts? I got interested in history since I was in seventh grade. But then, my life and my career took me into the world of aerospace. Hence, the term Histonauts or someone who travels through time. I do believe in the power of reading, knowledge, and self-reliance in young children as keys to success in their future. Subsequently, this is where the idea of the Chronica Librarium came; a way to connect all of the libraries that have existed from ancient times to the present, with magic, of course. The purpose and the mission of the Histonauts is to instill the desire, the curiosity, and the inspiration for learning in children.

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The First of the Histonauts
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 23,970. Language: English. Published: July 15, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Readers / Chapter Books, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Short Stories
Francescca, a 12-year-old history whiz and her sister Sofía, an 11-year-old science genius, didn’t plan on meeting young Mozart that day.

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fairies    friendship    historical figures    history    learning    magic    merlin    myths    time travel    virtues