children’s books: New video for Tails of Sweetbrier


 

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Rhonda's banner-TailsAre you looking for an award-winning children’s books? Check out Tails of Sweetbrier, winner of multiple awards. This is a true story about a little girl with a big dream. She wanted to be a champion horseback rider, in spite of being handicapped by cerebral palsy. You’ll take a journey  with her through the pages of this book. At first Deanie is a handicapped child with a dream that seems unreachable. What does her Dad do when he’s told she will never walk? One thing he did was tell his little girl that anything is possible if you persevere.  Excitement and disappointments re woven throughout this book. Deanie will explain why she feels you must never give up on your dreams. It doesn’t matter if you want to be a champion equestrian, an author of children’s books or something else. How do you know what you can accomplish until you try?

Here’s an excerpt from the book. It’s the closing statement:

“You have the power to make your dreams come true so reach for them and don’t accept anything less!”

 

 

Silver Medal winner, 2014!

Silver Medal winner, 2014!

Winner in the essay contest

Winner in the essay contest

Tails of Sweetbrier is a true story of struggles, determination and victories. Tails of Sweetbrier is the first of Deanie’s five children’s books.  You may also like her other fictional children’s books: Charlie the Horse, Charlene the Star, Charlene the Star and Hattie’s Heroes, and Charlene the Star and Bentley Bulldog.  Each of these books conveys valuable, character-building lessons for children such as perseverance, setting goals, teamwork and friendship. All children’s books are beautifully illustrated by Deanie’s sister, Holly Humphrys-Bajaj.

Please check out this new video about Deanie’s book. She’d love to know what you think. We hope you enjoy it.

 

video created by Rhonda Patton’s Freckled Frog Designs

 

copyright Deanie Humphrys-Dunne 2016

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Comments & Responses

4 Responses so far.

  1. Great job with the video, Deanie, and here’s to a great year for all of us:)

    • Thank you, Mark. I had nothing to do with either of the videos. Chris Graham and Rhonda Patton get all the accolades for them. 🙂 Thank you so much for commenting. Hope your year is fantastic as well.

  2. Cathrina says:

    Happy New Year and Great video, Deanie!!! Wishing much success in 2016!


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