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Maryland author spins colorful, lesson-filled story in kids’ storybook

Author Sara Elizabeth Stone shares to readers a speedy and fun journey around the world in her charming children’s book, “Colors.”

God’s desire is to get this book in children’s hands all over the world, not just to learn of creation but to learn about personal relationship with a big but personal God.
— Stacy Baker, Acquisitions Editor, Tate Publishing
WESTMINSTER, MD., UNITED STATES, October 12, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ -- WESTMINSTER, Md. – Author Sara Elizabeth Stone shares to readers a speedy and fun journey around the world in her charming children’s book, “Colors.”

A story full of wonderful lessons, “Colors” is about God befriending a lonely little mouse named Moses, taking him on a whirlwind trip around the world.

“Colors” is Stone’s first book in a series about God’s loving hand revealed in the beauty of this world. Each book in the series will capture a different aspect of God’s fingerprint on his creation, with this first book highlighting God’s use of color.

“My Mom spent a lot of time in the garden and showed me as a little girl, how inside the smallest of bugs – so tiny you can hardly see it – there is a teeny heart, stomach, brain, eyes, etc. That resulted in my life-long love of the ‘little miracles’ in God’s creation that are often overlooked. I began making a list of them; in hopes that someday I’d be able to show others perhaps in a book. As years went by, the list grew quite long. In July of 2014, I heard God speak to me. All He said was ‘book’ but I knew what He meant I must do and now was the time to make it happen,” shares Stone, when asked about the inspiration behind her creative book.

“I believe readers, and children who listen, will learn to know the heart of God as well as the care He takes in all of His creation. God’s desire is to get this book in children’s hands all over the world, not just to learn of creation but to learn about personal relationship with a big but personal God,” states Stacy Baker, Acquisitions Editor for Tate Publishing.

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Stone is a Christian whose love of nature started as a little girl in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Her mother loved nature and spent a lot of time in the garden. She would show Stone how the tiniest of bugs is just like any other form of life. That began the author’s lifelong appreciation for all the little miracles in God’s creation that are often overlooked or underappreciated. Stone now lives in Westminster, Maryland, with her husband, and spends much of her time with her grandchildren, to whom her books are dedicated.

A retired grandmother and now “giving birth” to books, Stone didn’t want the stories to be about her. She wanted God to be the focus and His awesome handwork. She wrote under the pen name Sara Elizabeth Stone, Sara because like Abraham’s wife, Sara, she was giving birth in her old age. Elizabeth because her cousin, Elizabeth, also gave birth to an anointed vessel in her later years, and also, her mom’s name was Elizabeth who inspired her to love God’s hand in nature. Stone because it is derivative of her actual last name.

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For more information or to request a review copy, please contact Michelle Whitman, publicist, at (405) 310-1533 or send an e-mail to michelle@keymgc.com.

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