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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Fantasy & Magic
  • Language:English
  • Pages:150
  • Format:Hardcover
  • Hardcover ISBN:9781667809267

FAIRY TALES CAN COME TRUE, A TRILOGY

by Linda S Gunn

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Overview
An imaginative middle child dreams of escaping the reality of her sisters by flying away to Neverland. Her dream comes true however it becomes her nightmare that she alone has to make right in order to save her sisters.
Description
Three California girls-Marie, Nina and Mo-sometimes three stooges, sometimes three musketeers, but sisters forever. Nina the middle child, often escapes to a world of fantasy, sometimes to get comfortable in her won mind and sometimes to cope with her immediate family members. Full of imagination, creativity and fun, Nina embraces both "what is" and "what might be" with undoubting enthusiasm. Fairy Tales Can Come True is Nina's story. It reflects her humor, shows her frustrations with the limitations of reality, and shares the trials and tribulations of growing up as part of a widely diverse bevy of females in the 1950's. The story conveys key elements in Nina's early life as a daydreaming child whose desire to fly away to Neverland consumes her very being. Come join her journey, and enjoy the flight. Find out how her fairytale came true, with a price of having to share Neverland's magic with her sisters. Nina's sisters seem to have all the fun in the beginning yet the adventure turns into a nightmare for all three girls. A nightmare that only Nina can fix.
About the author
artist, illustrator, author An established artist of thirty plus years, Linda was taught to draw at an early age by her Disney Artist grandfather, George Drake (hired by Walt Disney in 1929 to hire and train new artists for the fledgling Disney Studio). Linda, an avid reader of illustrated books, became encouraged toward painting by the works of the famous illustrators Howard Pyle, NC Wyeth, Norman Rockwell, Arthur Rackham and later by the paintings of Andrew Wyeth. At the age of ten, she was given John Gnagy's Art Studio in a Box. It contained instructional books with supplies for drawing, oil and watercolor painting. She also had several opportunities to visit the works of her favorite artists through visits to the Los Angeles Museum of Art and the Barnsdale Park Art Gallery in Los Angeles. Linda's drawing skills were perfected through years of life drawing classes at Long Beach City College, where she studied watercolor under the professional eye of Mike Daniel (from 1981-1992).
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