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Crowdsourcing Mornings: A Little Sister For Brady


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My name is April Cox and I am the author of A Little Sister for Brady. I was inspired by my grandchildren to leave behind a legacy of beautiful children’s books.  It started as a seed… pondering the legacy I would leave them. How could I:

My answer… was to write. ✍

This Kickstarter campaign will help me to print my new book: A Little Sister for Brady – a story about accepting and embracing change.

Accepting change is not easy for children, especially when that change risks upsetting the balance at home and losing the attention of those we love.

Brady is a lovable soul, happily finding adventure in unexpected places.

When his family surprises him 🎈with a new little sister, he is not so sure that’s a good idea.

Mandy’s shenanigans don’t help matters. She eats all his food, drinks from his bowl steals his toys and treats, and even sleeps in his bed.

The last straw for Brady is when his little sister forces her way to his favorite resting spot on Nana’s lap – pushing him off with a thud!  What is a little Labradoodle to do?

As he dozes off to sleep with Mandy resting comfortably in HIS bed, he makes a wish – one that surprises even him.  He wishes… that he  DIDN’T HAVE A LITTLE SISTER!

When he wakes the next morning to find her GONE, he can’t help but wonder…

Did I wish my little sister away?  

Back this project to be one of the first to find out how this sweet story ends!

As of June 23rd, this project has raised $1,200 of their $3,200 goal. This project has 25 days left to raise the $3,200 or it will not be funded. For a pledge of $10, you will get a eBook digital set.  For a pledge of $15, you will get one hardcover book.  To learn more and to pledge money, go to:

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