Author Selene A. Olguin’s new book “Animal Tails” is a charming collection of four short stories featuring animals learning important life lessons

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Recent release “Animal Tails” from Page Publishing author Selene A. Olguin is an adorably illustrated book that glimpses into the lives of four unhappy animals. The animals soon find out they had what they needed and wanted within themselves all along.

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Selene A. Olguin, a young author from Harlingen, Texas, has completed her new book “Animal Tails”: a delightful collection of short stories that highlight real life situations that occur to young children.

Selene writes about each of the animals featured in her book. “’The Bird’ is about a bird that thinks that he is ugly, but once he actually gets what he thinks he wanted, he realized that he was perfect the way he was. ‘The Caticorn’ is about a cat that wanted to be popular, so he disguises himself in order to belong and be accepted by others. However, he realizes that he is fine the way he is. ‘Daisy the Dog’ is about a dog that gets to be a movie star, and once trouble arises, she realizes that everybody needs help from friends from time to time. The last story is called ‘Sammy the Little Star’. This story is about a star that fell into the ocean and was raised as a starfish. This little star wishes to be a star up in the sky. No matter what he tried, he could not reach the sky. His friends and family helped him to finally reach his dream.”

Published by Page Publishing, Selene A. Olguin’s enjoyable book is a wonderful addition to any children’s library.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “Animal Tails” 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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