ABOUT THE BOOK
“Adventures at Green Apple Acres” Book Two, the adventures continue! Farm animals face obstacles and overcome challenges. With a little help from their friends—both animal and human—the farm animals learn valuable big life lessons along the way.
Real-life challenges are featured in each story for readers to relate to as well as to learn ways to navigate challenges in their own lives* Morals and themes are woven through each story line. Interactive questions at the end of each story encourage readers to participate with their own creative responses.
“Apple Treats” at the end of the book features real photos so readers can meet some of the book's “cast of characters,” although all of the stories are fictional.
“Throughout my books, my goal is for young readers to identify with real-life situations and challenges, and gain a sense of strength to face the twists and turns of their lives. We learn and grow by every situation we face in life. A good goal should always be to achieve a successful result, gain wisdom from it and become a better person because of it.”
—Cynthia A. Sudor, Author
“Raven and Theo: Songs from the Heart”…True Giving with Your Heart
“Cocoa’s Sweet Life”…Not Judging Others
“Paddy O’Berry at Your Service”…Overcoming Your Fears
“Mr. Mottle Hops to a New Home”…Helping Others and Being a Good Friend
“Riff the Bully Learns a New Time”…Learning to Respect Others
“And so these were special times at Green Apple Acres, a magical place where adventures are always a moment away, and there are always lessons to be learned.”
Interactive reader questions are included at the end of each story. Target age is 8 to 12 years.
Hardback, 88 pages, ISBN 978-0-9827944-1-8 … great for reading, learning and gift giving!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Cynthia Sudor grew up in Hershey, PA, loving animals and nature. She drew pictures, especially of horses, from her earliest memories and shared a love of horseback riding with her father, Milan Sudor, a Pennsylvania State Policeman. With her father and mother, Mary, her sister, Janet, and brother, Richard, growing up included swimming, canoeing and picnics at Mt. Gretna, walks in beautiful Pennsylvania State Parks and playing baseball with neighborhood children in the fields in her neighborhood. Her first dog was a toy collie named Tina. Spending time with family friends in Weston, PA, inspired her dream to have her own farm with horses someday.
That dream came true, with a lot of hard work and determination.
Cynthia and her Arabian horses and ever-entertaining barn cats enjoy farm life at CaraCyn Arabians at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. She shares her home with several Shetland Sheepdogs and a kitty she rescued from her farm that she named Suri.
Cynthia is a graduate of Drexel University. She is President of her own marketing consulting company, Cynthia A. Sudor Enterprises / Cynergy Marketing, Grantville, PA. She loves to write and travel and read. Cynthia has traveled to many foreign countries and throughout the United States. She also likes to design and make jewelry. As a tribute to her Ukrainian heritage, she also creates another art, Ukrainian eggs.