Can 2 Snowflakes Make It Through the Summer?
What would you do if you fell in love with the coolest girl ever? The only problem is that she’s a snowflake, and summer is here!
The world comes back to life in the summer with its golden glow and cozy weather, but it also means the end of snow and cool breezes! Worst of all, snowflakes always melt with the season like marshmallows in hot chocolate. We certainly don’t want that to happen to the delightful little snowflakes in the children’s book May I Dance with You Forever? After these two snowflakes meet and fall in love during the hot summertime, they wonder how their love can possibly survive.
This charming book takes you through their sweet journey that has endured the heat of the sun, the roughness of the wind, and the test of time. Though this is not the right season for snowflakes, can these two keep cool?
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MAY I DANCE WITH YOU FOREVER? (ISBN: 978-1-61897-615-4) is now available for $11.97 and can be ordered through the publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/AnnaRuthSantiago or at http://www.amazon.com or http://www.barnesandnoble.com.
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About the Author: First-time author Anna Ruth Santiago is an elementary school teacher and encaustics painter, who was born, raised and educated in the Philippines. She has traveled and worked in different countries and is now living in Mexico. She believes it is a remarkable feeling to write and get lost in a world that we are so familiar with but haven’t the time to explore. Her love of books, meaningful relationships, and the company of children have inspired her writing. In her stories, she brings familiar objects to life and uses natural phenomena to explain how love works in a language that children can understand and adults can appreciate. Her favorite love story is the one she shares and continues to write with her husband, Antonio.