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Eileen Ferriter's Colorful Children's Book Was Featured in the 2022 ALA Annual Conference and Exhibition

By: WebWire

ReadersMagnet featured Eileen Ferriter's new children's picture book, “Sailing the Milky Way: A Passport to the Unimagined,” during the 2022 ALA Annual Conference and Exhibition that was held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center last June 24-27, 2022.

In a wonderful new journey through space, readers will be left charmed once they experience Eileen Ferriter's “Sailing the Milky Way: A Passport to the Unimagined.” Children and adults alike will enjoy the adventure as Ferriter offers them curiosity and courage to explore the unknown.

Eileen Ferriter tells the story through a parent's wisdom, using a spoken rhythmic flow to make the book come to life. She uses colors and patterns in the illustration that would visually captivate the young readers and imagery to let older audiences in on the adventure and compel them to think beyond the seas and look at all the unimagined places beckoning them closer. The author also uses pictures that details a fantastic journey, instilling in children the freedom to explore, imagine and create.

For those looking for more opportunities to use their creative juices and allow their imaginations to run wild, there is a coloring book version of the picture book.

To climb upon the ship and embark on this colorful journey, grab a copy of “Sailing the Milky Way: A Passport to the Unimagined” at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

“Sailing the Milky Way: A Passport to the Unimagined”
Author | Eileen Ferriter
Genre | Children's Picture Book
Published date | October 22, 2021
Publisher | OutSkirts Press
Book retail price | Hardcover, $24.33

Author Bio

Eileen Ferriter was born in Northampton, Massachusetts, and introduced to painting at an early age. She attended Smith College where she studied fine arts, theatre design, and architecture. Eileen is an award-winning designer with extensive management experience in the sports and leisure industries, ad her joy of sailing began in her twenties. In her debut book, “Sailing the Milky Way: A passport to the Unimagined,” she combines her interests through this story of wonder, whimsy, and a little bit of magic.

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