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Deanie Humphrys-Dunne spent her childhood on a riding school in Easton, CT. She is a graduate of The Institute for Children's Literature and a member of Cambridge Who's Who. Additionally, Deanie is administrator of the group "The Pen is Mightier than the Sword, on Cambridge Who's Who. She has had an article published in Horsepower Magazine. She specializes in books with positive messages for children.
Deanie's first book, "Tails of Sweetbrier" is an inspirational autobiography published in 2009. Tails of Sweetbrier was voted Most Inspirational book of 2009 by the staff of the Pawling Book Cove. Charlie the Horse is Deanie's second book. It's an amusing fictional tale of Charlie, who wants to win the Kentucky Derby. Charlie the Horse was a book of the week selection. Tails of Sweetbrier, Charlie the Horse, Charlene the Star, and her newly released book, Charlene the Star and Hattie's Heroes, have all received 5-star reviews. Two of Deanie's books, Tails of Sweetbrier, and Charlene the Star, are being republished with Tate Publishing. You may choose to order signed copies from Deanie by emailing her at: email@example.com
You may view the reviews on Amazon.com, Barnes& Noble.com and by visiting: authorgeriahearnsbookreviews.blogspot.com. All of Deanie's books are beautifully illustrated by her sister, Holly Humphrys-Bajaj.
She enjoys watching equestrian events, reading, singing and music, as well as spending time with her husband, Francis, their children Brendan and Shane, and their dog, Elliott. Deanie is also an avid Yankee fan, and she loves watching figure skating events.
Deanie's book, Charlene the Star can now be ordered from Tate Publishing: http://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php?w=978-1-62024-214-8
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