Toledo author releases Spanish edition of juvenile fiction revolving around God, love
TOLEDO, Ohio — Author Norma Mousoulias announces the nationwide release of the Spanish edition of her book, “Normita: How She Helped God Spread Love Around the World.”
How did a little girl named Normita help God spread love around the world?
“Normita” tells how a young girl learned to pick the fruit with love, not hate as she traveled as a child migrant worker with her family. Although she encountered difficulties of many kinds, Normita did not stop wanting to learn more about God and books. She knew God had a special plan, a purpose, just like her abuelita (grandmother) described in her stories. God saw how obedient Normita was to him in her work and helped Normita to arrive safely at all the plans he had for her.
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.
Mousoulias has always shared her love for God with her family and friends. She studied nursing and also became a minister. The author, who is currently based in Ohio, then continued her journey to Spring Arbor University, earning her bachelor’s degree in family life education and, with God by her side, a master’s degree in spiritual formation and leadership.