“Come with me to explore the unknown,”
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. (PRWEB) October 30, 2019
“Summer On a Poultry Farm” has nothing to do with raising chickens but everything to do with the hatching of the spirit, heart, and mind.
The book was written with the readers in mind, and each of the main character’s chronological succession of personal, social, and professional events are easy for the reader to identify with and understand without having to wade through dense traditional psychological theories and terms. Instead, the main character’s conversations with a little blue bird at pivotal moments when she is lost in doubt and insecurities illuminate the thought provoking search necessary to identify problems and finding meaningful solutions.
“Summer On a Poultry Farm” was inspired by the author’s life events that took place in Staten Island, NY between the Memorial and Labor Day weekends. While traveling through the journey filled with challenges, rejection, and uncertainty, the author kept noticing just how many people are faced with similar issues on a daily basis. Fears and doubts don’t discriminate between social and economical statuses, education, or profession and equally target all. The reader is welcomed to join the main character and explore his or her own journey to the “unknown.” On the way, the reader is encouraged to apply the thinking patterns and concepts to own situations and challenge anything and everything that have been causing repetitious dysfunctional cycles.
Elen Krut, Esq., a long time resident of Staten Island, graduated with honors from the Elizabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University and was admitted to practice in New York in 2017. Prior to law school, Ms. Krut graduated with a Master’s degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Brooklyn College, CUNY in 2008.
Ms. Krut wrote her first book, “Summer On a Poultry Farm” after being inspired by a chain of events that took place in her professional life. Before becoming a founding attorney at Krut Law, Ms. Krut worked for the NYC Administration for Children’s Services, where she litigated all stages of child abuse and neglect proceedings and cases involving custody, guardianship, and visitations in Family Court. Ms. Krut has demonstrated a continued dedication to public service since 2008, when she first worked as a Case Planner for Seamen’s Society for Children and Families, a foster care agency, and when she subsequently represented indigent clients in the Bronx Criminal Court during her long-term internship with The Legal Aid Society.
Ms. Krut is professionally affiliated with the Richmond County Bar Association, where she serves on the board of Association and is a co-chair of the New Lawyers Committee; she is also a member of the Staten Island Women’s Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association.