Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Brook Park author explores importance of family in new book

From a news release:
BROOK PARK, Ohio — In her new children’s book, “Cricket, the Unhappy Frog,” author Mary Lu Stary tells a story that showcases the importance of family to one’s personal happiness.
The story introduces readers to a little female frog named Cricket. When her father and sisters suddenly disappear from the pond, Cricket knows it’s up to her to find them. Readers will follow her as she hops along highways and through forests to find the family she didn’t realize was so important to her happiness.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher, or by visiting or
Stary is the mother of six and a grandmother of 10. She lives in Brook Park, Ohio, with two of her children. She has dreamed of becoming a published author since her days as co-editor of the high school newspaper.

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