Jan Eberle Schaberg
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Jan Eberle Schaberg
This Bestselling Author began writing in 1993 and Jan is proud to announce the release of her new memoir, Calm Waters.
She is the author of the biography, The Eberle Named Ray, and co-author of the biography, The Transparent Veil. Her passion for writing children's books and composing music for two of them is a reflection of her support for high quality children's literature and education. Jan has been involved in two scholarship programs and also led fundraising for the Ray Eberle Scholarship, named for her late father. Most recently she became a member of the scholarship program at the State College of Florida as a mentor to music students and continues to support today's youth. Jan is proud to be a member of the National League of American Pen Women.
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The Ant and the Grasshopper is a classically written, full length story based on Aesop's famous fable. The characters' personalities and beautiful illustrations come to life, including the Grasshopper's Forever Fiddle! This lively story is full of suspense and intrigue and remains a beacon of strong moral lessons such as sharing, helping the neighbors, faith and greed.
If this sounds familiar, that's because it is based on the Aesop fable, but adapts the saga for a younger audience. 28 pages tell of an enchanting woods setting, two friends, and two very different perspectives on life and what winter will bring. The fine, full-page color embellishments are a delight: the story retains its complexity while appealing to young readers and read-aloud listeners alike (the later audience will want to listen over a period of time, to better absorb the story's concepts).
Diane Donovan - Donovan's Literary Services (Aug 14, 2015)