Cheray Grant’s “Sally the Singing Duck", "Why Does it Rain?”, and “I like Being a Kid” Are a Trio of Creative and Vividly Illustrated Journeys into the Imagination

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Recent release “Sally the Singing Duck”, “Why Does it Rain?” and “I like Being a Kid” from Page Publishing author Cheray Grant are fun, captivating stories full of animated animal characters that will be loved by children and adults alike!

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Cheray Grant, a mother, devoted writer and author, has completed three new stories “Sally the Singing Duck”, “Why Does it Rain?” and “I like Being a Kid”: a vibrantly crafted set of stories that depicts life lessons for children.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Cheray Grant’s imaginative tales are the perfect read for any child!

Knowing how to sing, Sally is a very shy duck who has a passion for singing, but is scared to sing in front of people. One day she met Thomas the turtle and everything changed. Does Sally overcome her shyness or continues to be shy?

Isaiah loves to go outside and play especially with his toys. Isaiah’s mom bought him a Frisbee to play with outside with his friends. But, it starts to rain. Isaiah does not like rainy days, but what Isaiah did not know is that he has an imagination that would change everything about rainy days.

Gilbert lives an ordinary kid’s life. He has a, he has friends, he goes to school, and he likes to play. Can readers relate to Gilbert’s life as a kid?

Readers who wish to experience these creative works can purchase “Sally the Singing Duck”, “Why does it Rain?” and “I Like Being a Kid” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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