From Dark To Light
A Halloween story by Isabella Murphy
October is here and Halloween just a few days away.Do you have your pumpkin carved? If not you better get the Pumpkin farm before the good ones are gone…
Have you ever wondered about what all those Pumpkins are thinking as you wander through the “Pumpkin Patch” looking for that special pumpkin? If not I have an adorable little book for you called
From Dark to Light , Written by a young lady by the name of Isabella Murphy.She wrote “From Dark to Light” when she was in 5th grade.
You can follow our little pumpkin from seed to full grown Pumpkin. All the little guy wants is to have a family adopt him for the big day, As he see’s the leaves falling he knows Halloween is coming and just can’t wait.
Written in “First Pumpkin” Pumpker, a little boy pumpkin narrates to us his short life as he grows from a little seed. It’s a very cute story about how the seed pokes out from the Dark of the soil to the Light of the bright Sun.Will he find a family? will he make some children happy?
Accompanied by the bright and colorful illustrations of artist Natalia Perez these picture bring the story to life.
The story is perfect for ages up to ten years old and I think they would really enjoy it.And written by a 5th grader that’s pretty cool too!!
Pumpker, a little boy pumpkin, desires nothing more than to be adopted by a family to make them happy. Planted as a slim white seed along with his sisters, Plumpalicious and Plumpilina, he finds his wish come true as he grows into a pumpkin.
In addition to writing, Isabella loves sports, music, singing and dancing. She looks forward to writing more books that bring joy to her readers.Isabella Murphy lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her family and two dogs.
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