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Texas Author Release New Children's Book about Farming

Texas author Rebecca Crownover LIVE on Good Morning West Texas talking about her new educational and adventurous farming book for children.
MIDLAND -- Texas author Rebecca Crownover LIVE on Good Morning West Texas talking about her new educational and adventurous farming book for children.

Her second book, Texas Farm Girl, Mascot Books, hardcover, $14.95; ebook $6.95, is dedicated to the memory of her "PawPaw," Rex Langley, who taught her about farming at an early age and showed her the importance of hard work. Its pub date is December 2013, just one year after his passing.

Rebecca has stayed close to her roots. Originally from the Texas Panhandle, she is a partner in Lone Star Family Farms in the small farming community of Sunray, TX.

Texas Farm Girl is Crownover's second children's book in two years. Her first book was inspired by an unfortunate tragic accident that took her husband’s life in an ATV accident that left Rebecca and her two-year-old daughter, Acie, searching for answers. Rebecca began looking for a book that could help young Acie cope with the loss of her father, written at the level of Acie’s understanding. Unable to find any such literature and inspired by both the religious upbringing of her parents and Acie’s heartbreaking questions, Rebecca took pen in hand. The result was a successful first children’s book My Daddy Is In Heaven With Jesus, that has comforted and touched the lives of many children and adults who have suffered a parent’s loss (Mascot Books--Hardcover: $14.95; ebook: $6.95; Android app: $2.95; Apple app: $2.99).

Learn more about her at www.rebeccacrownover.com.
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