Author Eugene Anderson’s new book “The Little House That Lived” is a heartwarming story with an inspiring message about the potential that can be found in everyone

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Recent release “The Little House That Lived” from Page Publishing author Eugene Anderson is a sweet allegorical tale illustrating the infinite possibilities that can lie hidden beneath layers of neglect and disinterest. A dilapidated house by the edge of the railroad tracks was beginning to despair that it would never be loved and cared for again until a young family with vision brought the little house back to its fullest potential as a beautiful and happy home.

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Eugene Anderson is a US Air Force veteran who grew up on a farm in small-town Louisiana and moved to California in 1968. He has published his new book “The Little House That Lived”: a charming and layered story for children of all ages.

Anderson writes, “‘The Little House That Lived’ is about a condition called neglect, which can affect the life of any person, place, or thing. As with anything that has a potential to be made or developed into something of great value, in this story, a family drives by, notices the neglect, sees the potential, and invests in the house, which becomes a beautiful home.”

Published by Page Publishing, Eugene Anderson’s inspiring book is a delightful addition to any children’s library.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “The Little House That Lived” 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.

About Page Publishing:

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