San Francisco (PRWEB) February 05, 2014
When a young girl named Isabelle goes on a journey with her brother, Zachary, she develops an unexpected bond with him.
Isabelle and Zachary take a walk home from school one day, only to find a haunted house along the way. When the siblings find a woman in the house who looks just like their mother, they embark upon an investigation to uncover the doppelganger mystery.
An excerpt from “Isabelle’s Wish”:
“Isabelle’s mouth drops open in surprise, and says ‘Mom is that you?’ Zachary comes running into the study and says, ‘Isabelle, what are you doing? Mom is waiting’. Zachary sees the middle-aged woman talking to Isabelle and wonders, what is going on here? The woman continues talking to Isabelle, ‘No, I am not your mother. My name is Gabriella, and I know your mom very well. I am here to grant you your wish’.”
By Cara D. Brown
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 48 pages | ISBN 9781475974218
E-Book | 48 pages | ISBN 9781475974225
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Cara D. Brown is a substitute preschool teacher. She has a bachelor’s degree in child psychology from Albany State College and received her early childhood education certificate from Canada College in Redwood City, Calif. Brown lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. This is her first book.
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