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Kim Michele Ingram emphasizes the value of inner beauty in new children's book

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True beauty is not the physical body, but the honest inner-self which surrounds you in goodness.

Goodness is beauty in the best estate.

In “In Search of the Secret Sanctuary: Across Scotland’s River Braan,” author Kim Michele Ingram tells the imaginative story of magic, witches, princesses and dragons in medieval Scotland.

The story unfolds as the witch Isobel kidnaps Prince Phillip’s bride-to-be, Tramara, and disguises herself as the young beauty in an attempt to win his heart. However, the prince does not fall for her trickery, and he goes off in search of rescuing Tramara.

“In Search of the Secret Sanctuary: Across Scotland’s River Braan” relays the important message to children that beauty is only skin deep.

“True beauty is not the physical body, but the honest inner-self which surrounds you in goodness,” Ingram said.

Written in search of a bedtime story for her first grandson, Kim channeled her Scottish heritage and built upon the story each time she put him down for a nap. This storytelling adventure helped her grandchildren enhance their listening skills and encourage their creativity and imagination power.

“After the first story, I blossomed like I was granted some storytelling wisdom to which each grandchild benefited,” Ingram said.

For more information, visit http://www.kimingrambooks.com.

In Search of the Secret Sanctuary: Across Scotland’s River Braan
By Kim Michele Ingram
ISBN: 978-1-4907-1563-6
Available in softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Trafford

About the author
Kim Michele Ingram currently lives in Virginia. She has eight siblings, two sons and five grandchildren. She enjoys writing children’s stories, songs and poetry, as well as hybridizing tall bearded irises. Kim believes in giving to charity, and spends much of her spare time caring for others and donating to those who are less fortunate. She is publishing her second fairy tale, “An Enchanted Dream,” this fall.

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