For Immediate release
WINDERMERE, FL – April 17, 2017 – Story Institute, your online and in-print source for imagining, enhancing, and growing stories, is proud to announce the updated publication of Penelope the Lost Pelican, a children’s story, by Penny Beevor.
Join Penelope the pelican and her new friend Dolly, the dolphin, in their adventure to find Penelope's parents. They must hurry and find them before it is time to migrate. Together, Penelope and Dolly search for clues across the Florida coast and meet some other fun animals along the way.
Penelope the Lost Pelican is a tale of friendship, cooperation, and family enjoyed by parents and children across the world. The characters grow out of real scenes from Florida beaches and into your home. Penelope is curious and hopeful. Dolly is playful and brave. Share their story with your adventurous little ones by spending some family time at a Florida beach destination.
Penelope the Lost Pelican is available from online and retail stores May 1, 2017. Order yours today:
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About the Author:
Penny Beevor is a Registered Early Childhood Educator with eighteen years of experience teaching preschool. She lives in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Penny has several story ideas and plans to publish more books in the Penelope the Pelican series. If you enjoy Penelope the Lost Pelican, check out Penny’s second book, Bumble Berry ‘Pop’ as well.
About Story Institute:
Since its basic beginnings in 2002 with Timeless Tales, Story Institute has grown to inspire, enhance, and grow your stories personally and professionally while helping share your success in print, online, and in person. Through the sharing of short story and poetry topics, storylines, novel ideas, and hosting writing contests, Story Institute encourages and assists the writer in most of us and the imagination in all of us.
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* Evoke emotion within our customers that make connections to our communities
* Engage our customers, their families, and clients in active tales that connect their emotions to past knowledge and experiences.
* Empower our partners to use their new knowledge while growing their families, organizations, and stories into a world of their own.
John E. Murray, III, Chief Story Symphonizer, Story Institute
When I was younger, I began writing because it was not only something I could do by myself, but it was inexpensive…I didn’t have to ask my parents for money…I just had to ask for a notebook. Since we needed them for school and they were only a small amount of money, I would always justify an extra one…you know notes and such…
When one of my friends would get ready to throw theirs out after the quarter or before summer, I said I would take it…As I got older, I started asking for the 3-subject notebooks…to hold more notes, of course…Now, as an adult, I find myself needing to purchase a 50 cent notebook every once in a while to get the creative juices flowing…computers are great, but they are no notebook…
When you find yourself looking for a topic for your poem, short story, or novel, search the web, but don’t forget to look around you. Return to the simpler times…return to the notebook…Enjoy…