MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) February 11, 2020
My Cartoon Imagination at the Hospital: a vividly illustrated tale of Samara and her wonderful imagination that comforts her while she is confined in a hospital after suffering an injury. My Cartoon Imagination at the Hospital is the creation of published author Sabrina D. Clayton, a registered nurse with over nine years of experience in the emergency department and with expertise in telemetry, medical, orthopedic, and surgical nursing.
This is another fun-filled story that Sabrina Clayton wanted to share with her readers when the main character, Samara, has an unexpected accident. She was very afraid to go to the hospital after her injury until her mother calmed her down. She then reminded her to use her imagination and think of the people around her as cartoon animals. She continues to explore her wild and vivid imagination at the hospital while she is being treated for her injuries. Come along and take this journey into this endearing little girl’s imaginative world through this charming, poetic little story called My Cartoon Imagination at the Hospital. It is a sequel to Samara’s first adventure, My Cartoon Imagination at School, where she first learned this great imagination trick from her mother.
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Sabrina D. Clayton’s new book imparts the idea of how a healthy mind can aid children in coping with the nervousness associated with hospitals, which helps them accept the medical attention they greatly need.
This book contains moments of bravery, understanding, and optimism—traits that effectively help kids be more open to the care and attention of medical institutions.
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Consumers can purchase My Cartoon Imagination at the Hospital at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about My Cartoon Imagination at the Hospital, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.