Henry the Tulip Bulb Comes to St. Marys

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Book Signing Monday, October 27, from 4-6 pm
at Once Upon a Bookseller

St. Marys, GA—A gifted artist whose near death experience inspired the writing of “Henry’s Life as a Tulip Bulb or Developing an Attitude of Gratitude” will be in St. Marys on October 27 to discuss the book and its effect on its many readers.

Author Linda M. Brandt of St. Augustine wrote the whimsical tale of “Henry,” a delightful story about growing through unexpected changes. Created to help teach the young—as well as the older child within us all—one of life’s most important lessons, this humorous allegory captures the heart as it inspires those in the midst of difficult or confusing experiences.

Much like Richard Bach’s Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Henry the Tulip Bulb presents a simple yet powerful living script for those facing obstacles both small and large.

Brandt’s Henry is affecting the hearts and attitude of children of all ages in many parts of the world. For example, children in Oregon are planting fields of Henrys. The book is being translated into Dutch, and Holland (fittingly) is adopting the story as its own. Publisher Bloch Publishing has plans to publish the book in Braille in the future.

The colorful coffee table book is beautifully illustrated throughout with Brandt’s own vivid drawings, and is the perfect holiday gift for any age.

For more information, contact Once Upon a Bookseller at 912-882-7350

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