KIDS TODAY SEEK WAY OF ESCAPE
With all the terror scares, war news, weather woes and horror stories, today's kids need a way out. They need something
to hang their hopes on. Something that makes them believe that there is still some goodness in our messed up world.
Star* author Janie Lancaster seems to be filling that gap with the release of her new book, Julie and the Lost Fairy
Tale. Not only is it available in book format, but she is going "outside the box" by syndicating the story in various
newspapers across the country. It just finished running in the Journal Gazette Courier in Montoon, IL and is just
starting a run in the Santa Cruz Sentenial in Santa Cruz, CA.
Further proof that fairy tales are alive and well is a quick check at "Hot New Releases" on Amazon.com. There are 83
books listed in the category of "Children's Books/Fairy Tales, Folk Tales and Myths." Julie and the Lost Fairy Tale
have risen (so far) to No. 54. Here's hoping it continues its climb all the way to the top!