Author Amy Smith’s new book “Who Said Cars Are Just for Boys?” an entertaining children’s tale celebrating of a young girl’s unusual passion for muscle cars

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Recent release “Who Said Cars Are Just for Boys?” from Page Publishing author Amy Smith is a heartwarming story introducing, Amy, a grade-school student who shares her love of cars with other girls in her class, ignites their interest in her hobby, and enjoys the fun group they form to play with cars at lunchtime.

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Amy Smith, an advocate for women in the muscle car community who joyfully shares her lifelong passion with her husband and children, has completed her new book “Who Said Cars Are Just for Boys?”: a charmingly illustrated rhyming tale with an important message of diversity for young readers.

“Who Said Cars Are Just for Boys?” features a little girl named Amy who grows up with a fascination for cars. She loves going to the auto parts store and car shows with her dad and dreams of the day when she can drive (but for now is settling for riding her Big Wheel bike down her driveway). She’s initially ridiculed by the other kids for having this passion, but with the support of her parents and her good friend Max, she gets the girls in her class curious about playing with and detailing model cars and interested in learning about mechanics and horsepower. Through perseverance, Amy grows her “recess car group” of girls and, in a twist, eventually wins over Beth, the lone hold-out at school, to join their club.

Published by Page Publishing, Amy Smith’s engrossing tale is a delightful addition to any home- or school-based children’s library.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Who Said Cars Are Just for Boys?” 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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