(PRWEB) December 12, 2013
From a creative and highly imaginative writer Constance Brown comes a delightful book that is brimming with lessons of independence, friendships, diversity, healthy eating and so much more in How Ladoneya Caught a Fly. This volume is a fun, colorful and happy tale that highlights the true essence of friendship in diversity.
This book unravels the life of a young childlike lizard and her adventurous journey as she sets out to search for food for the first time. As she explores the world around her, she discovers the need for something more. She meets many characters of all backgrounds that opened her up to new wonder and possibilities. What excitement awaits her? What is she really searching for? All will be revealed as you join Ladoneya on her beautiful and exciting adventure.
This book revolves around the theme of youth, friendship, variety and acceptance. The author likes readers to take away a sense of happiness, belonging and fulfillment while reading the story.
Brimming with life lessons and human emotions, How Ladoneya Caught a Fly is a loveable and inspiring volume that children and children at hearts will definitely love and enjoy. It is a fascinating book that opens readers’ minds on how to deal with friends with different culture, attitude and beliefs. Readers will truly enjoy this book!
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About the Author
Constance Brown was born and raised in Springfield Mass., but growing up in the Fair fields of South Carolina as a bi-racial child, has given her the privilege of being a part of diversity and change early in life. She enjoys writing books about this subject showing how in our differences we are all the same, bound by a sense of togetherness, emerging from that common place of love.
How Ladoneya Caught a Fly * by Constance Brown
Publication Date: March 08, 2013
Picture Book; $15.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4797-3838-0
Picture Book Hardcover; $25.99; 24 pages; 978-1-48360-157-1
EBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-3839-7
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