'Children's Stories by Grandma Dee Dee' is Released
Stemming from the deep devotion for her granddaughter, author Delores (Dee) Ray put pen to paper and published the series of short fiction stories she would tell at bed time so she could share the stories with others. In her new book, "Children's Stories by Grandma Dee Dee," Ray provides short narratives aimed at teaching children and adults alike the importance of kindness and understanding one another.
The book is a collection of anecdotes and short stories influenced by Ray's father that she passed on to the following generations in their family. Positive messages are incorporated throughout the book to impact and influence children and adults to have confidence in themselves and compassion for others.
At 80-years-old, Ray's commitment to her own successful career as a Financial Advisor, shows her perseverance and drive to continually grow. Her encouraging message is reflected in the book and she hopes to empower people of all ages to do the same.
"I firmly believe children need to be constantly reminded of the true meaning of kindness. It paves the way for their future," said Ray. "As a mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, I felt the need to share this with others as it is something everyone can find meaning in."
Ray dedicated this book to her father, Andy, as he would always read her stories at bedtime. She wants her book of short stories to provide children with support and help them become more kind and accepting towards others. To learn more please visit http://www.deerayauthor.com/.
"Children's Stories by Grandma Dee Dee"
By Delores (Dee) Ray
ISBN: 978-1- 5043- 6151- 4 (SC), 978- 1- 5043- 6152 (HC), 978-1-5043-6153-8 (E-BOOK)
Available at Balboa Press, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and the Dee Ray Author Bookstore
About the author
Delores (Dee) Ray was raised in a small resort town in Northern Wisconsin with four sisters and two brothers. She has a son, Lonnie, a granddaughter, Nicole, and a three-month-old great granddaughter, Farrah. When she was young she realized not all children have an easy childhood and this inspired some of her children's stories. Ray loves writing stories for children to give them faith and encouragement. She currently is a Financial Advisor in downtown Minneapolis. She enjoys her profession as it keeps her up to date on world events and enjoys the people she gets to work with that come from all walks of life.
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