The Cupcake Boy is the story about a boy who makes the most beautiful and tasty cupcakes in the world; however, the villagers take the boy for granted. So disheartened, he leaves his home wondering: "Why should I bake cupcakes for a world that doesn't love me?
More about this book: This book is part of an author-in-residence project and illustrated by elementary students is my proudest accomplishment -- a community project involving about 1500 people, bringing the real-world of inspiration into the classroom, and creating a book that we believe will inspire generations.
Scott Stoll asked himself a question: "If I could do anything, what would I do?" His answer resulted in a quest for happiness around the world on a bicycle (32,344 miles, 4 years, 59 countries, 6 continents). His adventures are chronicled in his best-selling book "Falling Uphill," a tale described as having moments from pure survival to pure enlightenment. Upon returning home and seeing the fruits of his journey inspire so many people, Scott hopes to create a life full of entertaining and inspiring tales of his adventures of self-discovery and the magic and mysteries of life. He was honored to be the Cultural Ambassador to Argentina by the US Department of State and received the Hosteling International's "Spirit of Adventure Award," among other distinctions. Scott is currently working with elementary schools as an artist-in-residence, and he's developing a series of workbooks to teach kids how to dream and turn those dreams into reality. Meanwhile, he continues to support his adventures as a Senior Freelance Graphic Designer. For more info visit the author's website: http://theArgonauts.com/