MARIETTA, Ga., Feb. 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Pam Brooks-Crump, illustrator and children's book author, releases her book, Mia Inspired! A Caterpillar at a Crossroad.
Brooks-Crump depicts the fascinating journey of the Monarch Butterfly in her 34-page, full-color picture book. Her mission is to empower kids and their caregivers with simple, yet powerful truths: listening to inner guidance will lead to an amazing life and all parts of our life are important pieces of our transformation! Even though Brooks-Crump's book is geared towards children, this book offers a message of empowerment and self esteem to people of all ages.
Praise for the book:
"Mia Inspired! A Caterpillar at a Crossroads will give kids encouragement and permission to do what they know in their hearts they're meant to do -- listen to the voice inside and trust it to lead them to their bliss. A great springboard for meaningful parent/child discussion."
-- Lisa McCourt, author of Juicy Joy - 7 Simple Steps to Your Glorious Gutsy Self and children's and parenting books that have sold over 5 million copies.
Brooks-Crump is conducting a virtual book tour starting on Feb. 12, 2011 thru April 2011 to help celebrate the book launch. The tour travels to a new destination throughout the Web, with either a blog book review or author interview, highlighting the inspirational message of Mia Inspired! with the readers and/or subscribers.
Brooks-Crump's book, Mia Inspired! A Caterpillar at a Crossroad, is available for purchase at http://www.pambrookscrump.com and Amazon.
Pam Brooks-Crump is both the author and illustrator of Mia Inspired! A Caterpillar at a Crossroad. She studied languages and international business, spending several semesters abroad. It was during a study program in Mexico that she experienced firsthand the migration of the Monarch butterflies which is the journey of her main character in Mia Inspired! After 7 years in the business world, she became a full-time mom in 1992. Upon seeking and receiving Inner Guidance 16 years later, she began her current work of writing and illustrating children's picture books and giving workshops to empower children and their caregivers. She currently lives in Marietta, GA with her husband and 3 children.
SOURCE Pam Brooks-Crump