New Children’s Book Inspired by a Little Pomeranian Ping Pong, Maggie’s New Home, by Ohio Author, Amy Mae Boreman

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Maggie’s New Home and other books in the series will inspire your children to read and learn. What better way to have fun than with a little Pomeranian Ping, Pong, puppy? This excellently illustrated book will have you laughing as it is funny, insightful and heartfelt. Maggie’s books will bring excitement into your children and grandchildren’s lives.

Wooster, OH, November 13, 2017 — Good stories are hard to resist and do more than entertain us. They also influence the way we feel and think. Stories are how history gets passed down. They also help us learn morals and values. Children use stories to make sense of the world around them, to make them laugh and see what’s important in life. A good story can also arouse emotions and energy. It was after Amy took home a little Pomeranian puppy that she wanted to share the enjoyment of Maggie with children.

Maggie’s New Home and other books in the series will inspire your children to read and learn. What better way to have fun than with a little Pomeranian Ping, Pong, puppy? This excellently illustrated book will have you laughing as it is funny, insightful and heartfelt. Maggie’s books will bring excitement into your children and grandchildren’s lives.

Maggie’s New Home, is a heart-warming story about a young Pomeranian puppy. She finds herself moving away from the city, to a life down on the farm.

There she meets her first friend, Tammie a Shetland Sheepdog. He takes her all around the farm making new friends as they go.

The book is also an imaginative invitation to anyone who likes to draw and color. At the end of each book you will find coloring pages. This is a great way to develop new skills and create endless artistic masterpieces. Just ask Maggie….. coloring can be fun, as long as you don’t eat the crayons.

About the Author: In her free time Amy has done freelance writing for the Wooster Daily Record newspaper, and wrote feature stories for the Sheltie Pacesetter and The Sheltie International magazines. She has been a member of the, Cleveland Shetland Sheepdog Club, Wayne County Kennel Club and trained under Cleveland All Breed, and the Akron Training Center. Because of her love for dogs and with 39 years of raising and showing them that Amy is able to bring a series of fun (laugh out loud entertainment) picture books to inspire children to read. Amy is dedicated to teaching children about dogs and to read. The fascination with learning starts early. Amy understands that capturing children’s enthusiasm can turn it into fun learning.

Writing and being a grandma has given Amy’s life more meaning, and joy. When life lets you down a cute, funny, crazy, excited puppy can bring joy back into your life. Research shows that we handle stress and illness better with a strong support system and great companions. Believe in yourself and go after your dreams, it is never too late. Right now, is the best time, you too can do it!

Maggie’s with you each and every day, no matter what you say or do. When you are down and feeling blue, she’ll be there just loving you.

The book is available in print from Amazon, or at Barnes & Noble, (on line only) Dee’ Hallmark Store, in Wooster, Ohio, The Loganberry Books in Shaker Heights, Ohio and The Book Shelf LLC in Northfield, Ohio as well as other indie book stores across the country.

The first public signing opportunity for the new children’s picture book, Maggie’s New Home, will be featured at Dee’s Hallmark in Wooster, Ohio on Saturday November 25th, from 12 noon to 3pm at 4055 Burbank Rd, Wayne Town Plaza, Wooster, Ohio.

“I can't wait for the world to meet Maggie and Tammie. I know that you will enjoy the fun times with them, as much as I have,” said Amy.

Maggie’s New Home is up for READERS CHOICE VOTING, for Reader’s Choice Awards, 2017 TCK Publishing.

Illustrator: Blake DeHart is a graphic artist from Northeast Ohio currently living in San Diego, CA. He is passionate about storytelling, skateboarding, and music.

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