About the Book
Seasons pass, and Beth and Paul avoid the swampy reeds at all costs until a flood brings about a life-or-death situation for the creepy looking carp, right in their own backyard!
With guidance from their father, will Beth and Paul be able to overcome their apprehensions about the carp and help save them before it s too late?
About the Author
She is a published poet, and has both performed in and directed plays and musical theater productions.
A playwright for a church drama production, her three part monologue “Tapestry” helped fund-raise over $1,000. So began the realization that she can help raise much needed funds for great causes with her creativity.
Her award winning children’s book, “The Great Carp Escape” is available as a fundraiser for schools, churches, charities and ministries in need.
A member of SCBWI, IBPA, Inscribe & The Word Guild, Irish would like to continue doing something about those ideas that get downloaded into her brain at 2 AM.
This is a story that adults can use as a teaching mechanism for kids. Sometimes there are creatures or maybe even people we don’t like. But when troubles arise, it is best to help each other out. The bright and colorful page enhance the beautiful story along, as well. I would recommend this story to all young readers, as well as teachers or parents to teach with.
Publisher: Word Alive Press
Publication date: January 13, 2015
Number of pages: 24
Category: Pre-School +
Content Rating: G
Book Rating: 5 stars