Book Narrates a Story About Making Peace and Believing in Miracles
"Aki & Paris (A True Story)" could be the real story of an American family - a mom, dad and their two kids, a boy and a girl. To be more precise, the two kids are not exactly kids but an adopted white puppy and a rescued Maine Coon kitten. The family is as diverse as any other American family today. One of the parents was born in France; the other came from Scotland with his mother when he was a teen.
"This is a story about making peace with our differences and believing in miracles. It is a story about the magic of love," Chester says. "Humans and pets will be changed. Love can transform people, even pets' little souls. It is not for kids only, but for all people between 5 and 95, people who despite their age, preserved their innocent-child's soul."
An excerpt from the book reads:
"Kids, see this banner? Here is your recognition! By embracing your diversity, you proved to the world that love and trust can beat prejudices. You also showed that there is hope for us, humans, to finally make peace with each other."
"Aki & Paris (A True Story)"
By Mimi Chester
Softcover | 8.5 x 11in | 38 pages | ISBN 9781546241348
E-Book | 38 pages | ISBN 9781546241331
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Mimi Chester is a "Renaissance woman" - actress, singer, writer and scholar who is living in Charlotte. In 2013, she obtained her master's degree in business (magna cum laude) and is now finishing a doctorate in business/entrepreneurship. Her hobbies include cruising, car racings, swimming and exploring the world. Her nickname is "Mimi" but her name as an actress was Helene Cara (in her native Romania, Elena Caragiu). She is married for 35 years to John Chester. Her insatiable curiosity and zest for life made her survive and strive in the melting pot of New York as an actress and entrepreneur and retired now in Charlotte as a successful scholar.