2017 Author Advent Calendar
Author Advent Calendar

Children’s Authors Advent Calendar

Welcome to our Children’s Authors Advent Calendar for 2017. This is where we showcase some of the best children’s book available. 

When thinking about purchasing gifts for your grandchildren, books are one of the best presents you can buy.

Why? Books last a lifetime, don’t run out of batteries and you can create some very special memories sharing and re-sharing books throughout the year.

So, read on and find out more about today’s fabulous author.

And don’t forget to check all of our wonderful authors and support their fantastic work! There will be a new author each day.

The Huggy Lady by Rachel Eernisse
The Huggy Lady by Rachel Eernisse

Sarah Hannah’s grandmother loves to hug people. She loves to hug people so much that it always takes her grandmother extra time to get her errands done because she is always stopping to offer a hug! Sarah Hannah asks her grandmother why she does hugs so many people, and her answer inspires Sarah Hannah to start offering hugs with her.

This sweet children’s picture book is based on the true story of Gramma Sharon, and is written by one of her granddaughters. There is a note from the author at the end of the book that gives more detail about the story behind “The Huggy Lady.”

This book honors her memory in a special way, and it is also a wonderful story to read to any child. It will be a treasured keepsake for any reader, and a source of inspiration to show kindness to every person we meet.

About the Author

Rachel Eernisse loves to write and read. She has many ideas still waiting for their chance to find their way into a book. She finds inspiration for her stories and poems from her faith and true events in her life. Rachel lives with her loving husband and goofy dog in Nampa, Idaho, where they are currently building their family.

 

The Huggy Lady (Hardcover)


List Price: $17.99 USD
New From: $14.00 USD In Stock
Used from: $17.06 USD In Stock

The Huggy Lady by Rachel Eernisse
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