Journey to Appleville

Veronica Appleton
November 17, 2016

Journey to Appleville

By: Veronica Appleton, College of Communication

What can six kids from a local neighborhood do when they have a goal in mind? Embark on a quest to Appleville, of course. Join Kenan, Tu-Tu, Pedro, Liu-Liu, Lizzy and Cassie as they overcome their fears with the help of the Appleville Fairy. Can you help them earn their Golden Apples?

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What makes your book or chapter different or unique from others in the same genre? 

In a world where diversity is the center of our conversations, our actions and uniqueness, "Journey to Appleville" offers a refreshing tale of multiculturalism. Filled with a mission to entertain families and children everywhere, Appleville is a place of opportunity; where every child can be who they want to be, learn what they want to learn and earn a golden apple for their determination. 

About the author:

Veronica Appleton is a writer, advertising professional, adjunct professor of intercultural communication at DePaul and avid collector of children books. As an alumna of Purdue University and DePaul, and current doctoral student at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Appleton leverages her education to develop stories that address the everyday life of multicultural families. Passionate about philanthropy and uplifting youth, she puts her faith first with a firm belief in what the late Maya Angelou once said, "If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude."

Publisher, publication date, length:

Mascot Books, October 2016, 30 pages 

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