Deanie Humphrys-Dunne Releases Children/Juvenile Books
Charlene the Star was born into a family of famous race-horses. Unlike her big brother Charlie, Charlene decides she doesn't like racing. How will she explain this to her Mom? How will she show her trainers that she doesn't have any talent for racing? Will she become a model instead? She has to be creative to find those answers. Her career path takes many twists and turns before she finds her place to shine. You'll love reading about Charlene's adventures on the road to success.
- Kansas City, MO-KS (1888PressRelease) July 27, 2012 - From the Author:
Charlene's amusing adventures will inspire your child to do their best. Her story will also show that it's okay to have different talents and that sometimes it takes time for you to find the place where your special abilities will shine.
Charlene the Star can now be ordered through Tate Publishing: tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php?w=978-1-62024-214-8
You may also order signed copies directly from the author by emailing her at: deanie ( @ ) dhdunne dot tk
About the author:
Deanie Humphrys-Dunne spent her childhood on a riding school in Easton, CT. She is a graduate of The Institute for Children's Literature and a member of Cambridge Who's Who. Additionally, Deanie is administrator of the group "The Pen is Mightier than the Sword, on Cambridge Who's Who. She has had an article published in Horsepower Magazine. She specializes in books with positive messages for children.
Deanie's first book, "Tails of Sweetbrier" is an inspirational autobiography published in 2009. Tails of Sweetbrier was voted Most Inspirational book of 2009 by the staff of the Pawling Book Cove. Charlie the Horse is Deanie's second book. It's an amusing fictional tale of Charlie, who wants to win the Kentucky Derby. Charlie the Horse was a book of the week selection. Tails of Sweetbrier, Charlie the Horse, Charlene the Star, and her newly released book, Charlene the Star and Hattie's Heroes, have all received 5-star reviews. Two of Deanie's books, Tails of Sweetbrier, and Charlene the Star, are being republished with Tate Publishing.
All of Deanie's books are beautifully illustrated by her sister, Holly Humphrys-Bajaj.
She enjoys watching equestrian events, reading, singing and music, as well as spending time with her husband, Francis, their children Brendan and Shane, and their dog, Elliott. Deanie is also an avid Yankee fan, and she loves watching figure skating events.
Charlene the Star is becoming known as a fine jumper, after winning the Green Jumper Championship at the Sterling Horse Show. She loves jumping, but she wants to do something new and exciting in her spare time. What is her new career? What happens when she meets her new friends Hattie and Wooliam? Charlene solves problems for her new friends, while relying on some old friends to help her succeed in her new adventure. Charlene and her team will delight you with their amusing adventures. Charlene the Star and Hattie's Heroes is Deanie's fourth book. It is the second in her series of Charlene the Star stories. Tails of Sweetbrier and Charlie the Horse are Deanie's award-winning stories published in 2009. Charlene the Star was published in 2010. Deanie is a graduate of The Institute of Children's Literature and a member of Cambridge Who's Who. The Dunne family loves spending time with their dog, Elliott. Holly's passion for Art began at an early age under the guidance of renowned artist, Ray Quigley. She earned a Fine Arts degree from Southern Methodist University. She devotes her talents to equestrian and family portraits, as well as children's book illustrations.
From the Author:
Charlene and her friends start an exciting new business in their spare time. You'll love reading about their amusing adventures and you'll be surprised how they resolve problems. They have fun, while learning important things about themselves.
Amazon Print List Price $9.95
Other Titles By This Author:
Charlene the Star & Hattie's Heroes
Charlie the Horse
Tails of Sweetbriar
Deanie Humphrys-Dunne's Website:
Please Visit Deanie Humphrys-Dunne At Books In Sync