Paris Goes to Lake Tahoe now available
DANVILLE, Calif. and#8212; The third book in the My Friend Paris series, and#8220;Paris Goes to Lake Tahoe,and#8221; is now available at booksellers nationwide. Like and#8220;I’m Having Twinsand#8221; and and#8220;My Twins Are Coming Homeand#8221; these books are based on the real-life experiences of Paris Morris, an 11-year-old fifth grader in Danville, Calif.
and#8220;We spend a lot of time at Lake Tahoe, both in the winter and in the summer,and#8221; Morris says. and#8220;We have so much fun up there and it is a special time for our family. We couldn’t find any children’s books that showed that, so I decided to write them myself to give people ideas for things they might do.and#8221;
and#8220;Paris Goes to Lake Tahoeand#8221; covers what a typical family might do during a week up at Tahoe, both in the winter and summer. It includes mention of one of Paris’ favorite stops en route, Ikeda’s, and her typical activities: snowboarding, tubing, making s’mores and golfing with her father.
Families considering a trip to Lake Tahoe, as well as longtime visitors to the region will enjoy the full-color illustrations and story.
This book, which is already a Number 1 bestseller in its category on Amazon.com and the other My Friend Paris books are available at Amazon.com and other booksellers.
Paris Morris is a 11-year-old fifth grader at Green Valley Elementary School in Danville, Calif. She enjoys downhill skiing, dancing and playing with her 7-year-old twin sisters.
New Year Publishing, LLC was founded in 2004. Its children’s division offers titles to aid parents in teaching life lessons to their offspring. More information on New Year Publishing can be found online at http://www.newyearpublishing.com. New Year Publishing is headquartered in Danville, Calif.
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