ROUGEMONT, Switzerland (PRWEB) September 28, 2012
Since its availability on December 2010, author Yolande Gershel’s Clarabelle’s Christmas has continued to captivate many children all over the world. Now, the author invites those who haven’t grabbed a copy of this book and discover an endearing story that will help them learn wonderful life lessons while having fun with this whimsical tale about an unusual calf. Between the covers of this book, young readers will find a mixture of fun, insightful lessons and inspiration that may make a positive difference in their lives not only today but through the years.
This book follows the story of Clarabelle, a lovely little calf that shows how special she truly is. From the moment she was born, she had already shown signs of her own uniqueness. It took her only one hour to stand on her wobbly legs. As she grew older she exhibited some signs of independence and determination. By spring, the herd is usually taken to the high mountain farm so they can enjoy the rich grass and tasty flowers, and by the time the weather gets cold, they all have to come down to the lower hill, but one fateful day on winter Clarabelle decides to pursue her own plans. Readers will be delighted to find out where her adventurous legs will take her and what surprises await at the story’s conclusion.
Wrapped in amusing illustrations, Clarabelle’s Christmas will entertain the young ones at every turn of the page. With its lessons illuminating in every character, it can be a charming tool that will aid parents in teaching their children significant lessons they can apply in their lives today, tomorrow and in the many years to come.
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Clarabelle's Christmas * by Yolande Gershel
Publication Date: December 01, 2010
Picture Book; $21.99; 26 pages; 978-1-44153-670-9
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