Marion author spins poignant fable about sharing, friendship in new children’s book
MARION, N.Y. — Author Ruth Coates Diamond announces the nationwide release of her new juvenile fiction. “Sharing is Caring.”
In “Sharing is Caring,” the author brings young readers to a place where winter was harsh, with the wind howling through the treetops. Everything was covered with the cold white snow, including poor Morrie Mouse, who had no place to go. He lay out in the snow and shivered; his teeth chattered. His fur coat was wet, matted and tattered.
Dive inside the moving pages of “Sharing is Caring” to find out how poor Morrie Mouse finds a caring friend.
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.
Diamond lives in Marion, New York, with husband, Tom; son, Josh; and grandson, Aaron. She has written several inspirational children’s books that deal with and are based on the everyday challenges that children face. These are wonderful stories and poetry that inspire children and teach important life lessons. When she is not a writer, Diamond is an avid photographer, crafter, quiller and jewelry maker.