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Beatrice and the Snow People by Gloria Troyer

Beatrice and the Snow People

by Gloria Troyer

114 pages
Beatrice has a vivid imagination that leads to many adventures.

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About the Book
Ten year old Beatrice Brown has a very vivid imagination. Sometimes this clouds her good judgment. Instead of going home after missing her school bus, she chooses to stay in the nearby forest with her cat Rufus. Itís December and winter has set in with lots of snow. In order to seek shelter from the strong winds the pair walks towards a protected arbor. Due to circumstances beyond their control, they are picked up and tossed around inside of a blizzard. They are blown into a magical, beautiful, and illuminated place where fantasy comes to life. It is there that they experience intrigue, excitement and adventure. There are consequences that Beatrice must accept for her hasty and thoughtless decisions. That is why her encounter with the Snow People is one of the most important days of her life.



About the Author
Gloria Troyer Gloria Troyer has been writing since she was eight years old. She is an accomplished freelance writer, author, and broadcaster. As a child Gloria grew up on a hobby farm in a rural area. It was there that her imagination flourished providing her hours of childhood fun. She loved winter and had the great opportunity to play in open fields of snow, toboggan and ice- skate on the many ponds near her beloved home.



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