PublishAmerica Presents The Mis-Tails of Mooshca and the Little Wekiva River by Elaine C. Huffman

/EIN Presswire/ Frederick, MD January 19, 2010 — PublishAmerica is proud to present The Mis-Tails of Mooshca and the Little Wekiva River by Elaine C. Huffman and illustrated by C. Fajnor.

The Mis-Tails of Mooshca and the Little Wekiva River is about an overly curious cat named Mooshca who has adventures along the winding Little Wekiva River. Mooshca discovers and meets animals and plants native to this region.

“This book was written not only for my love of animals but the desire to educate readers about one of America’s precious resources, the Little Wekiva River and the plants and animals living and flourishing along its banks,” Huffman said. “Colorfully illustrated for audiences of all ages.
By illustration and design, readers become an active part of the journey. Mooscha sets the stage for future adventures as her network of friends become more and more identifiable by children and adults. Based upon actual events, the many plants and friendly animals are featured at the end of the story with original pictures and descriptions. Not only an adventure of entertaining magnitude, readers become educated about our eco-system and the value of living together.”

Elaine C. Huffman lives on the banks of the Little Wekiva River in Altamonte Springs, Florida with four cats and her husband, Danny. Children, animals, and the desire to protect our environment were the deciding forces behind this book. Elaine believes her book is the perfect gift to carry out all three.

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