“I have a soft spot in my heart to be kind and selfless when it came to caring for others. I would like young readers to remember the importance of doing nice things for others.”
BLAIR, Neb. (PRWEB) May 12, 2015
In the Land of Milk and Honey, Mrs. Ant Hony is well known for both her delicious treats and her larger-than-life good deeds. In the kitchens of the palace, Mrs. Ant Hony makes all her treats with “a good measure, pressed down and shaken together” – the key to happiness.
Not everyone in the palace, however, understands kindness as Mrs. Ant Hony does. Two little brother and sister lambs have never done acts of kindness toward others, and Mrs. Ant Hony prays they will learn more about kindness if they get to make sweet treats with a cook and a baker. Will they ever learn how to make sweet treats?
Whimsical and vividly illustrated, “A Sugary Tale of Mrs. Ant Hony” shares a sweet lesson in helping others and illustrates the rippling effect one act of kindness can have.
“As a nurse and educator,” Leehy says, “I have a soft spot in my heart to be kind and selfless when it came to caring for others. I would like young readers to remember the importance of doing nice things for others.”
“A Sugary Tale of Mrs. Ant Hony”
By Peggy L. Leehy
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5 in | 58 pages | ISBN 9781490867298
E-Book | 58 pages | ISBN 9781490867304
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Peggy L. Leehy holds a Master of Science in nursing. She became a nurse educator at a nursing college in Omaha, Nebraska, and used her creative abilities to develop a simulation lab for nursing students, which included the creation of clinical simulation scenarios to assist her students. She is now employed as a nursing education specialist for a company where creativity is encouraged on a daily basis.
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