Sinbad, the legendary hero of the high seas, has faced many challenges in his lifetime, but none will test him more than the when he is made responsible for a wilful ward, Habib. Together they set off on a voyage, only to find themselves in the middle of a harsh storm on a wild sea. Luck guides them to an island full of riches, but they are still not safe. With the jewels on this island come giant snakes, gigantic eggs, and monstrous birds! And if this were not enough, when they escape to yet another island they find cannibals waiting for them. Fate intervenes yet again, only to lead them to into more danger with hideous rodents and the possibility of being buried alive!
While they move from adventure to adventure, Sinbad has to groom his young charge to become a responsible man, someone both his father and guardian can be proud of. But will Sinbad's wit and courage be enough? Will they live long enough to for the boy to grow into a worthy young man?
About the Author
Dan Johnson is an experienced and integrity driven Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) professional with accomplishments and success on a national level since 1994. A skillful designer of EHS programs, Dan has effectively executed those programs within a wide range of industries. He has expertise in changing the work environment through behavior based safety, while maintaining productivity. Dan has aided numerous companies ensuring their compliance, using his extensive knowledge working with multiple jurisdictions including: OSHA, DOL, DOT, EPA, USACE and some State and Local municipalities. Dan is authorized by the U.S. Department of Labor to train the OSHA 30 hour and OSHA 10 hour courses for both Construction and General Industry. He is also a CPR, First Aid and AED instructor and instructor trainer with over 14 years of training experience. Dan is the owner of Mile High Compliance (www.milehighcompliance.com), a company dedicated to providing high quality web-based OSHA, DOT, Energy, Health & Safety and Human Resource compliance training.
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