“I am pleased,” stated Zsale, “to be included in ‘50 Great Writers’ because the transitional family challenge is not going away any time soon and such needs to be addressed in a healthy not derogatory manner. Also the book's promotions have been on a very limited budget. With such exposure, I hope that a few more families will learn that ‘this storm also shall pass’ and that families are broader than they may first appear.”
’Many Faces of Family’ is a multi-lingual (English, Spanish & French) book addressing an international need for a light-hearted story discussing changes in home life. The book is written for children from 2 - 8 years old. It explains that there are many faces of family and that Mommy and Daddy will always love them and be Mother and Father even if not living under the same roof. The book is open ended, so that it might appeal to a wide variety of contemporary families and situations (separated, divorced, incarcerated, absent, etc.).
A recent Amazon review stated, “This book offers a unique perspective on the emotional challenges faced by kids from differing backgrounds or split parenting situations. If you're a single parent or have a non-traditional family situation, you really need to read this book with your kids. Its great.”
Zsale is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information is available at her website. ‘Many Faces Of Family’ is available at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble and at her website.
Zsalé is proud to be raised among many; mixed culture, mixed religion and neighborhoods. Such an open upbringing has implanted a curiosity for all cultures and ways of life. As a seasoned world traveler she has concluded that travel is one of the best educations ever, building tolerance and desire to know more.
Zsalé is a divorced Mother, alumni of University of San Francisco and Academy of Art who has traded in her city lifestyle for a tropical one. This enables her to share son Maverick with near by family at a more relaxed pace and welcomed Caribbean influence.