By Janet Sierzant, for The Children’s Book Review
Published: July 6, 2011
Hannah and Molly is a story about a young girl and her puppy. They get lost in the woods because she didn’t listen to her father.
Hannah is a good girl, but her head is in the clouds. Too busy to pay attention, her father is constantly reminding her of what she needs to do. Molly, her dog, has the same problem. Together, they are two of a kind. One day, they find themselves in trouble. Told to stay in the yard, they decide to go for a walk to the river and lose their way back home. Hannah and Molly huddle together as the sun goes down. They hear scary noises in the trees. “I want my daddy,” Hannah cried.
Dad finally finds them, and they learn a valuable lesson.
The book delivers an important message for small children by sharing the fact that parents’ tell us what to do to keep us safe. It is up for an award in the New York Book Festival.
About the author: Janet Sierzant grew up on Long Island, NY and relocated to Florida where she is an active member of the Treasure Coast Writer’s Guild. This is her second children’s book, but she is known for her non-fiction novel, Gemini Joe. Her books are published by La Maison Publishing, Inc.
About the Illustrated: Delia White lives in Concord, California. She is a freelance portrait artist and photo restorer. Her talent is reflected in these life-like images and colorful backgrounds. Learn more at www.whitedesign4u.com
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