Clarkesville, Ga. (PRWEB) December 13, 2011
The story of a father’s quest for a magical flower that will be used to create a medicine to save his sick daughter Peggie is in Peggie’s Magic Flower written by Peggie Garrison Stamper and Laura Waters.
Along the enchanted path, Peggie’s father encounters several magical creatures that help him find his way to the top of the magic mountain where the doctor said he would find the magic flower. He meets an elf, a squirrel, a rabbit, a chipmunk, and a raccoon among others.
The question is, will he find his way to the top of the magic mountain? Will he find the magic flower? Will he make it back home in time to save Peggie? Will the doctor make the medicine right so that it will work for his daughter? And the biggest question of them all is, if all this worked out like they all hoped it would; will this medicine save Peggie’s life?
This book imparts valuable lessons that readers will learn a lot from. It shows the genuine love of a father for his sick daughter who is in dire need of help to cure her. His daughter’s sickness became his driving force to seek the magical flower to save her life. His courage and determination to do everything for his daughter proves his utmost bravery. Furthermore, this book brings hope and faith to those who are in need and those who somehow believe that sometimes, magic can do the trick.
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About the Author
Laura Waters resides in Clarkesville, Georgia with her husband David, her son Christian and daughter Jessica (both are teenagers!). They also have 3 yorkies who think they are her children too. They are named Maximus, Duchess Donadele and Princess Peggie. Laura enjoys photography, drawing, glass painting, and spending time with her family.
Peggie’s Magic Flower * by Peggie Garrison Stamper and Laura Waters
Publication Date: December 6, 2011
Picture Book; $21.99; 44 pages; 978-1-4653-9542-9
Picture Book Hardcover; $31.99; 44 pages; 978-1-4653-9543-6
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