Title: Princess April Morning Glory
Author: Letitia Fairbanks
Publisher: Sandramantos Publishing, LLC
Princess April grows slightly too big for her pants and sets out to find her own way in the world. When she discovers that darkness and evil prevail, she must find her way back home but how? What three good deeds may make it possible to return? And the adventure begins with the various creatures she meets as she attempts to stay true to herself and make her way back home.
The story is so well written one might forget to mention the detailed illustrations also done by Ms. Fairbanks. She began the book combining her talents as a writer, painter, and illustrator on the very day that her uncle passed away. Coincidence, maybe. I rather suspect it was her tribute to the spirit of the man her uncle was to both his public and more personally to her as she poured her heart into this fairytale.
Although Letitia Fairbanks may not have realized her impact on children's literature before her death in 1992, those who read her work recognize immediately that she was not only talented but brilliant.
Visit www.PrincessApril.com for more information on the book and the author. Information on the publisher who is behind this re-release can be found at www.Sandramantos.com