Though children may not understand all of the words, they will enjoy the rhythm of the story.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 28, 2013
In “The Breaking of Dawn: Genesis, Chapter 1” (published by WestBow Press), author Kae Ramirez’s new religious book, readers listen as Ramirez reinvents the book of Genesis.
Written in poetic verse, “The Breaking of Dawn” brings readers into the book of Genesis and allows them to see God and his deeds in a new light. Each page relates the information from the book of Genesis as if God was speaking. This, Ramirez believes, brings out a new meaning of the book. “It is written through poetic means, as if God Himself is telling us about the birth of our world,” says the author.
With rhythm and rhyme, readers of all ages will appreciate the well-crafted story. “This book is enjoyable for all ages,” she says. “Though children may not understand all of the words, they will enjoy the rhythm of the story.”
An excerpt from “The Breaking of Dawn”:
“Genesis 1: 9-10. ‘I called for the waters to gather aside and I called for the ground to rise up in its tide; the ground was the land and the waters, the sea…and I saw this was good and it satisfied me.”
“The Breaking of Dawn”
By Kae Ramirez
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5 in | 32 pages | ISBN 9 781449791438
E-Book | 32 pages | ISBN 9 781449791445
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Kae Ramirez is a native of southeast Texas and resides in the Houston area. Poetry became a big part of her life after an inspirational dream years ago. The day after this incredible dream in which she encountered an angel, she wrote her first poem, “The Light.” Since then, she found herself writing all the time. In recent years, she decided to put Bible Scriptures into poetic rhymes. “The Breaking of Dawn” is her first published book.
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