Juvenile Fiction Emphasizes Rewards of Caring for others
A young mother struggles to take care of her family while also keeping an eye on her friends and neighbors. She slips away into the forest one night and falls asleep under the boughs of an old evergreen tree. The woodland fairies find her and decide to reward her good nature and kindheartedness - and all it takes is a sprinkle of pixie dust and a little bit of magic.
"It is a simple story where goodness is rewarded. The illustrations are incredible, with a very close eye to details," Knepp shares. She reminds readers: "We are all capable of using the kindness that exists within each of us to do good in this world."
A snippet from "Woodland Magic" reads:
She breathed deeply the cool mountain air and found it wonderfully refreshing. The moss she sat on was soft and cushioned her weary body. The deepening shadows covered her like a soft blanket, and the silence of the forest soothed her.
About the Author
Kimberlee Hutnik Knepp has been an educator for more than 30 years when she decided writing a children's fantasy book should be part of her bucket list. Currently, she teaches prekindergarten to a class of 4 and 5 year olds. Outside of the classroom, she is passionate about researching and scrapbooking the generations within her family. She resides in State College with her husband, Terry, and their Pomeranian, Loki.
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