Author Cheryl Womack-Whye’s new book “Michael Makes Maps” is a charming children’s story with important lessons about kindness, empathy, and friendship.

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Recent release “Michael Makes Maps” from Page Publishing author Cheryl Womack-Whye is a sweet and poignant story touching on several themes including grief at the loss of a loved one and consideration of others’ feelings. Join a little boy named Michael as he tries to help his father overcome the loss of his mother, plays a trick on his best friend that backfires, and learns the value of doing nice things for others.

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Cheryl Womack-Whye, a lifelong teacher, learner, and mother of three grown children, resides in Delaware. She has published her new book “Michael Makes Maps”: a sweet tale of compassion and growth inspired by her own childhood map-reading adventures with her mother on their interstate road trips many years ago.

Michael makes maps to guide his father from sadness to smiles and to fill a bit of the emptiness in his own heart. Unfortunately, one of his mischievous maps that he makes for a best friend leads to bad feelings. Eventually, Michael discovers the secret to making a map that steers his father and all his friends back to smiles.

This story encourages discussions about how friendships begin with understanding and appreciating someone else’s feelings.
Published by Page Publishing, Cheryl Womack-Whye’s entertaining book is an excellent addition to any children’s library.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase“Michael Makes Maps” 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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