Feather Chelle has just published her first book, Stranded, in December and soon her second book, a picture book, will be available as well. Feather Chelle, aka Heather, is a young mother of five and home schools her kids and leads a Girl Scout Troop as well. Heather lost her sight by age 3 due to cancer and adopted her late friends daughter while having 4 kids of her own. She is from a large family and kids have been a part of her life since she was a child herself.
Heather started writing her book 4 years ago and on December 31, 2020, her book, Stranded”, became available on Kindle and on Amazon.
From the web:
Whales and dolphins are falling ill all throughout the Atlantic Ocean! Cherish and her family of Pilot Whales have been fleeing as far from other animals as possible, but some of them have begun to show symptoms. When danger closes in from all around them, will the Dolphin Riders make it in time to save the day?
This is an educational and adventurous book for young readers as well as adults like me. I learned a lot about the dolphins and marine life right from the start.
Feather Chelle, a nick-name given to her from her mother and Grandfather, keeps you turning the pages and you can tell she knows kids.
Heather shares her journey from childhood to present day motherhood and all from a blindness perspective.
And click on the follow the author button on Amazon when you check out her book, Stranded.
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