Ebony The Egg Eater Written and Illustrated by Patrena Lynn Roach

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Ebony The Egg Eater book is an inspirational treat! Ebony The Egg Eater encourages children to dream and teaches them to use their God-given talents to be a blessing to others.

Ebony The Egg Eater Book

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Written to inspire and spread the message of hope to young people, Ebony The Egg Eater is a new story about a little girl named Ebony who fulfills her dreams through positive outlook, faith, and hard-work. This must-read volume teaches children that at a young age, they can do whatever they want as long as they believe.

A book that will encourage you to dream and instills the message that there is nothing too hard for God, Ebony The Egg Eater is a wonderfully illustrated book with easy conversational writing style. A rich allegory that redefines a whole new generation of readers, this read shows the importance of having faith and pursuing passion.

An appealing book perfect for story time, Ebony The Egg Eater is a rare, special treat that simply must be savored and shared.

The author's life is an open book. Patrena Lynn Roach is an artist, designer, art professor, and author. Blessed with the gift of art, she began to draw at the young age of three. A true artist, Patrena lives and breathes creativity while enjoying simple and beautiful things in life. Throughout her life, she felt compelled to use her gifts to motivate and inspire people. She also enjoys creative writing and hopes to write more books in the future.

Patrena Lynn Roach used two exciting advances in the publishing world to help bring Ebony The Egg Eater to readers: a publishing service called Xlibris, and a new digital printing and distribution technology known as "Print On Demand". Xlibris provided Patrena Lynn Roach with the tools necessary to get her book published, and Print On Demand allows each individual copy of the book to be printed as it is ordered. For more information about Print on Demand or Xlibris please write to: info (at) xlibris (dot) com or call 1-888-795-4274.


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