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Lynchburg author pens children’s book ‘Fairhaven Forest’

Posted on Friday, November 1, 2013 at 11:14 am

Lynchburg resident Sheila Robertson has just released her second book, “Fairhaven Forest,” a children’s book aimed at sharing important life lessons. (Photo Provided)

Lynchburg resident Sheila Robertson has just released her second book, “Fairhaven Forest,” a children’s book aimed at sharing important life lessons. (Photo Provided)

Sheila Robertson has announces the nationwide release of her new children’s book, “Fairhaven Forest: The Adventure Begins,” where she shares important lessons on obedience.

The story by Robertson, who lives with her husband here in Lynchburg, introduces readers to kittens Fuzz and Spatz, who are lost in the woods after dark and don’t know which way to turn to get back to their big white house. Many of the animals that live in the woods try to give them directions, but the kittens don’t listen very well.

Cold, hungry and scared, they wait out the long, dark night. Soon they realize that they would already be home if they had just listened to older and wiser animals.

Readers will join Fuzz and Spatz as they learn a valuable lesson on their big adventure.

“I also have 24 free stories online introducing the series,” said Robertson. “You can see them at fairhavenforest.blogspot.com.”

She added that the series is being considered next spring for a movie or possibly a television series.

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at <www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore>, or by visiting <barnesandnoble.com> or <amazon.com>.

Robertson loves to write stories based on the real-life adventures of her pets and their woodland friends.

This is the second book Robertson has published. The first is “Alzheimer’s…There Is Hope.”

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