Please check out Stacy Casaluci's radio interview at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/storiesfromunknownauthors at 2pm EST today to learn more about this wonderful book.
Stacy Manning Casaluci always loved reading bedtime stories to her children. In this story, she says, “My daughter is the princess, Cirina Marie.” Her interest in horses began when she was a girl in Oklahoma, where she showed Appaloosas. She’s been a dance instructor for children and performs in musical theater. The author now lives in Palm Desert, California, and is working on the sequel.
Miracles loves a Believer is a touching story about how children should never give up on their dreams.
In a kingdom far away lived a princess in a beautiful castle. Her name was Princess Cirina Marie. Her mother and father were the king and queen of the Island of Dreams. The princess loved to play with her stuffed animals, her favorite being a horse named Moondancer. Before she went to sleep, a guardian angel sat on her bed whispering in her ear, that miracles love a believer, if you choose to believe, anything you imagine, can become more than a dream.
Princess Cirina believed that Moondancer could become a real horse, she believed and believed. When she opened her eyes and there he was, a full grown horse with wings, but where would they go on their new adventure? What will they learn along the way?
This is a marvelous story of believing in ones self and never losing the faith in miracles. Children's dreams should never go a stray as they get older. We, as adults, had dreams we once believed in, but as we grew, compromised with our choices in life so much that many of our dreams have been forgotten. Children should know that their dreams do not have limitations. Anything they want to do, anything they want to become, should be a reality for those who really want it.
Children of all ages will enjoy this 32 page picture book.