"We are pleased to have Elizabeth Grace as part of the CFA family. We fell in love with Patches and know young children everywhere will do the same," said Christine F. Anderson, CEO of Christine F. Anderson Publishing & Media.
According to ASPCA, there are millions of animals living in the streets and a large reason for this is that many pet owners simply abandon them. In the book, Patches, the main character is a calico cat that is abandoned in South Florida. Along with the issues of animal abandonment, the book also addresses bullying. In the book, long haired cats and short haired cats do not get along because they do not accept the way the other looks. By addressing topics like animal neglect and bullying, Elizabeth Grace hopes to raise awareness for these topics to children at a young age.
“Although the topics addressed in the book are very serious, the book itself is still very fun and enjoyable for children,” Elizabeth Grace, author of the book said. “Animal abuse and neglect as well as bullying are a big problem in South Florida and beyond. My hope is that children reading this book will understand the importance of properly caring for pets and being kind to one another.”
Patches is available through Amazon for $3.99 for Kindle Version and $10.99 for Print Edition. To purchase the book, visit http://www.amazon.com/
About Elizabeth Grace
Elizabeth Grace was born and raised in Minnesota where she spent most of her time either exploring the woods or finding new pets to adopt. Moving to Miami, she spent weekends exploring all that the nature side of South Florida had to offer. From the Everglades to Key West to hidden gems throughout Miami, her adventures have now become a travel book "24 Hours Miami." Elizabeth is also the author of two children’s books, A Hollywood Tail and Patches. Connect with her by visiting her website: www.lizzythewriter.com.