'The Day The Rainbow Came Alive' Picture Book is Released
Inspired by the innocence of the child that exists in all people, author Dolores Ann Halward revisits her youthful fascination of the colors of the rainbow and the natural curiosity of children with her new picture book. Through the vibrant illustrations and engaging narratives of her work, Halward takes young readers to see "The Day The Rainbow Came Alive."
The heartwarming tale follows charming and magical characters, rainbow colors who travel to earth to fulfill an incredible mission. When they arrive, they display principles and values, as well as kindness, love and hope, becoming examples who convey invaluable life lessons that can touch children in different parts of the world and teach them to embrace these attributes in their everyday lives. "The Day The Rainbow Came Alive" will expand young readers' imaginations and build their characters, while giving them an exciting time.
Halward provides a perfect tale for parents and teachers to share with the little ones under their care, a fantastic story with an undeniably important and profound message embedded within its picturesque pages.
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About the Author
Dolores Ann Halward was born in 1959 in Mexico. She has lived in the state of California for the last 30 years with her husband and their two children. She loves cooking, gardening, painting, traveling and writing.
The Day The Rainbow Came Alive * by Dolores Ann Halward
Publication Date: February 13, 2014
Picture Book; $$41.99; 80 pages; 9781493169139
Picture Book Hardcover; $51.99; 80 pages; 9781493169122
e-book; $3.99; 9781493169146
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