Author Sandra Fitz’s new book “Popcorn Rosie and Her Dancing Ponies” is a charming tale that begins when Madison plans a special birthday party for her baby sister.

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Recent release “Popcorn Rosie and Her Dancing Ponies” from Page Publishing author Sandra Fitz is a lighthearted children’s story in which a young girl creates a magical birthday celebration in honor of her one-year-old sister, Emma. With the help of her cousins, Lydia and Hayden, Madison demonstrates that with love and teamwork, dreams really can come true.

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Sandra Fitz, a mother of three grown sons and grandmother of five who has been married to her best friend, Rick, for forty-three years, has published her latest book “Popcorn Rosie and Her Dancing Ponies”: a beautifully illustrated story for young readers.

Sandra writes, “’Popcorn Rosie and Her Dancing Ponies’ came to life through the creative imagination of my grandchildren, and because of this, my grandchildren are characters in this book. (Emma) Popcorn Rosie is about to celebrate her first birthday when her big sister, Madison, has an idea to plan a very special birthday party for her, but not without the help of her cousins. Together they plan a backyard birthday party that’s filled with clowns, a magician, dancing ponies, and much more. Working together, they demonstrate a sense of teamwork that would please any parent. A delightful story that captures the heart of a parent and a young audience.”
Published by Page Publishing, Sandra Fitz’s colorful book is a delightful addition to any children’s library.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Popcorn Rosie and Her Dancing Ponies” 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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