Mesa, AZ (PRWEB) October 04, 2011
From author Emma Lee who brought readers The Importance of Being Green comes another delightful picture book. Carolann Gets Her Wings is another engaging tale that people of all ages will enjoy reading.
Gather Close, Best Beloved Ones, while I tell this tale. It is a tale of having Faith and following Ones Inner Guidance. It is a tale of Miracles and Dreams Coming True. It is a tale of Getting Ones Wings, so begins Carolann Gets Her Wings. In The Importance of Being Green, readers got to know about Delmer and the society of Frogans from the planet Ribbetton. In this story, we learn a little more of Delmer and his adventures, as the story unfolds.
Carolann Gets Her Wings takes place in the Magical Realm on the Plane of Plenty. The Plane of Plenty is part of the Glorified Rose Galaxy in the Quadrant of Ultimate Qualities. Here, young readers will meet a new set of characters like Allie the Alligator and Carolann the Unicorn. Their paths will cross with others, which will take them on adventures they never imagined.
Just like Lees previous book, Carolann Gets Her Wings tells a simple tale portraying a complex journey to achieve higher consciousness. This book is part of The Mystical Adventures of Delmer the Frogan series. For more information about the book series, visit http://www.delmeradventures.webs.com. Carolann Gets Her Wings will also be featured at be featured at the New York Library Association Book Exhibit in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. on November 2-5, 2011.
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About the Author
Emma Lee is both a gifted writer and healer. She integrates spirituality and healing energy within her daily life as well as in her group and one-on-one healing sessions. For more information, visit her website at http://www.behealedwithlove.webs.com.
Carolann Gets Her Wings * by Emma Lee
Publication Date: September 15, 2011
Picture Book; $ 31.99; 46 pages; 978-1-4653-3743-6
Picture Book Hardcover; $ 41.99; 46 pages; 978-1-4653-3744-3
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