MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) November 21, 2019
“Learning To Dance On My Daddy's Shoes”: an endearing book of a young girl who learns to dance through her father’s lessons. “Learning To Dance On My Daddy's Shoes” is the creation of published author Dianne Wasson, a writer of curriculum and newsletters, a teacher, and a minister of God who loves drawing, painting, photography, and dancing.
Wasson shares, “This book was born from the sweet memories that I had of learning to dance on my own daddy’s shoes. My mom used to tell about what a good dancer my dad was and how she loved to dance with him. I wanted dance with him too because I was a daddy’s girl through and through. I hope all little girls can learn to dance on their daddy’s shoes like the little girl in this story
“Learning to dance and following our daddy’s lead also serves as a metaphor for our relationship with our Heavenly Father. If we come to Him like a little girl comes to her daddy, with hearts wide open, He will teach us to dance the dances that He has chosen for each of our lives. Then we can take His hands, follow His lead, and learn to dance by His grace.
“I believe that girls of all ages can enjoy that special relationship with their Heavenly Father if they will accept Him as their own. And I pray that every girl, no matter her age, can see herself dancing on her daddy’s shoes.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Dianne Wasson’s new book shows the loveliness and beauty of a father-daughter relationship that tugs at hearts and minds.
This book is also a wonderful reflection of God’s unconditional love for His children that readers, especially kids, will greatly learn from and be inspired.
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Consumers can purchase “Learning To Dance On My Daddy's Shoes” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Learning To Dance On My Daddy's Shoes,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.