Nana's Chest

Julie G. Fox (Author) Masha Klot (Illustrator)

Product Details

Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date
April 06, 2017
8.0 X 0.08 X 10.0 inches | 0.23 pounds
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About the Author

Julie G. Fox is an author and the founder of Clever Fox Press. Julie's first book 'Goodbye, Emma' told the story of a boy. This book (which is still Julie's bestseller!) Was based on a true story as Julie and her brothers were refugees themselves. The proceeds from the sale of 'Goodbye, Emma' as well as all other books Julie has been donated to charities. The first hundred copies of the 'Goodbye, Emma' book were shipped to refugee camps in Greece, Canada and Germany. After 'Goodbye, Emma' came out Julie felt that she had too many stories locked up in her head, and these stories had to somehow reach more children. She decided to connect with artists, illustrators and writers in the countries, troubled by wars and economic problems, to encourage those talented and creative individuals who lacked a platform for their difficult homelands. Clever Fox Press which was founded by Julie in the early 2016 has been written and produced 20 more books with more projects on the way. We now have a terrific team of freelance writers from Ukraine, Russia, Georgia, Spain, Italy, Syria, Greece, South Korea, United States, Latvia and India. Our motto is to write up for children. Thus, we do not break down our books. Our books are written for children of all ages including parents and grandparents. We have also noticed a drastic decline in poetry for children. An odd rhyme is there but real poetry has disappeared from the book shelves altogether. So our other goal is to re-introduce poetry in the world of rhyme and non-rhyme which has the business of children's books has become. We at Clever Fox Press are also great fans of folklore and fairytales. These holdings of the world of wisdom passed down from one to the next generation and should never be forgotten. So once upon a time there was ... #thatladywithfoxears who loves to tell stories and her terrific team of artists and writers from all over the world!