I am incredibly excited to announce the release of my new book, "The Way the World Changed," now available on Amazon!
As I mentioned when I first discussed that I had a new book coming out, this was the first time that I partnered with an illustrator for a book. There was definitely a learning curve for both of us (like it still takes time to illustrate an entire story even if you're a phenomenal artist), but we are insanely thrilled with the results. I couldn't have asked for a better person to bring my story to life and I can't wait until quarantine is over so I can thank Ashlynn for all of her hard work in person!
If you click on the photo of our cover here, it'll take you directly to the Amazon page where you can purchase your own copy of "The Way the World Changed." Set at just $10.00, it's the perfect addition to any home or public library!
Here's the full description of the book, as listed on Amazon...
Mari is in elementary school and has never seen anything like this pandemic before. In fact, all three generations of her family are now dealing with new experiences. Though the news can be scary, and Mari is nervous about what the future holds, her parents validate her feelings and show her that she can still have fun despite a fear of the unknown. This beautifully illustrated story explains the global Coronavirus crisis of 2020 in a way that children can understand and shows them that no one is alone, no matter how far apart family and friends may be.
Whether or not you can support the book by purchasing a copy, we'd love it if you would share the link with family and friends.
If you do purchase a copy of the book, I'd love to hear your thoughts. You can leave a review on Amazon, leave a comment here on my blog, or even share a photo of you reading the book with your little ones on social media! Remember to tag it with #TheWaytheWorldChanged on social media so we can see it!
Thank you so much for all of your support! Remember to visit the Books page on my site for links to all of my children's books on Amazon.
Thanks for reading!