The Girl Who Danced on the Moon

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Deco Rose Publishing
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8.25 X 0.25 X 10.75 inches | 0.94 pounds
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About the Author

Cheryl Amyx grew up in Virginia. Her parents love of art, antiques, design, books and history provided her a canvas to learn and a desire to explore the world. She loves writing stories, reading, traveling, spending time with her family and being with her horses. She has written a screen play and has another book in the works. Cheryl is a former government services entrepreneur and has a long history supporting the government and other business owners. She and her family live outside of Washington, D.C.
Greg Weismantel is an artist raised in Houston, Texas. His art spans from intricate sculpture to painterly abstraction to illustration. Born in 1976, he is forth in line of seven siblings. A lifetime love of art began in a home, brimming with children, where bonds were set through creating art, making music, and telling stories. Greg's works have been displayed in galleries from coast to coast and his work has been sought after by a major corporation in Austin, Texas. Greg is also a commissioned artist and has created portraits and sculptures for select clients. Greg lives outside of Austin, TX.


"Stunning illustrations and a heart-warming story to boot! I adore this book. The most unique and satisfying children's book I've discovered in a long time." Maureen B.

"Finally, a book I'm not bored to read to my youngster!. A powerful message of self-love and the gift of friendship." Amanda F.

"My daughter is a young girl of color, and with the illustrations all in silhouette, she can see herself in any picture. What a beautiful story." Marianne D.

"The cat is such a character! What an uplifting and thought-provoking story. The illustrations are unique and powerful. Nice to read a book where the father makes such an impression too." Michael M.