Orphan finds home with grandparents in Felton author’s new storybook
FELTON, Del. — Author Laura Lands shows what it is like to live with one’s grandparents through her short yet relatable storybook, “Grace’s Second Chance.” The book will be available nationwide in paperback this week and in hardback in December.
In “Grace’s Second Chance,” Grace was living in foster care. She did not know her mother and father; she was very sad. One day, her grandparents came to get her to live with them in Idaho. Does she like Idaho? Does she make friends? Will she ever be happy in this home? Read about Grace to see what happens to her in this heart-tugging juvenile read.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the books are available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Lands was an elementary teacher for special needs students before becoming an elementary principal. She was inspired to write this book due to her experience of seeing an increase in children being raised by their grandparents and how it affects students. Lands lives in Delaware with her husband, Marvin, and has one grown son, Bradley.