Adamstown Heights, NSW (PRWEB) August 16, 2013
A captivating reading experience awaits readers as they flip through the whimsical and exciting pages of The Magical Garden of the Little Yellow House. Explore an imaginative world where plants and flowers come to life at night. Colourful, this book will take young readers’ imagination to new heights.
These stories are about the little girls who live in the little yellow house at the top of the hill on a very busy road and about what goes on in their garden at night. The plants and flowers come to life at night, after the neighborhood has settled down to sleep. There is one particular flower that has a wish to be transformed into a little girl, just like Stephanie and Olivia. Does this happen? Find out in Sue Cronin’s magical reading experience.
The little yellow house is Sue Cronin’s tribute to all little girls' dreams. It has all the elements unique to girls’ dreamworlds–the dollhouse, roses, the comforting timeless stories and more. Cronin animates these dreams with a wave of her literary wand in her book. It is seemingly effortless but it partakes of all the things that make such an experience work. Cronin knows her audience and her subject matter very well. It is a delight made up of sugar and spice and everything nice that little girls (and big ones, too!) definitely wouldn’t want to miss!
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About the Author
Sue Cronin was born in Newcastle NSW and has lived there all of her life. She has a daughter, Michelle and two granddaughters, Stephanie and Olivia, who were the inspiration for these stories. The author is employed as a medical secretary and has held various positions in different companies, including Personnel Manager, Human Resources Manager and Recruitment Officer. This is the first story she has written.
The Magical Garden of the Little Yellow House * by Sue Cronin
Publication Date: June 13, 2013
Picture Book; $34.99; 34 pages; 978-1-4836-5136-1
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-5137-8
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