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Alani Santamarina
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Alani Santamarina
6617 Fortnight Court
Columbia, MD 21044
Ph. 4107078695

PHOTO: Hispanic Cuban Tween Authors Inspiring Children's Book, A Place Where We All Belong

13-Year-Old Girl Realizing Dreams of Becoming a Professional Author

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COLUMBIA, Md./EWORLDWIRE/March 27, 2014 --- Aspiring author Alani Indigo Santamarina has published her first book at the young age of 12 years old. Written when she was only 8, "A Place Where We All Belong" is a whimsical yet poignant first entry in to the writing world.

"A Place Where We All Belong" - with its delightful accompanying artwork - is an entertaining and engaging book for children.

"When you melt down all the extraneous details, ultimately at the core of the story is the idea that learning from those who are different from you and accepting those people into society makes you a better person than before you met them. This ideal, I believe, is one of the most important concepts a child should grasp," said Santamarina.

New authors are published every day but rarely are they as young as Santamarina. Beginning this tale at merely eight years old, her style has matured over the years while her message remains strong. "A Place Where We All Belong" offers a rare glimpse into the workings of a child's idealistic mind.

Encouragingly, Santamarina has touched on the areas of conservation of natural resources, fairness, the value of diversity of thought and ability through her fable. Lions, leopards, and other wild cats are used to illustrate the importance of friendship, recognizing injustice, and the need for unity when attempting to change the status quo. As the story progresses, a more subtle lesson emerges that shows that the differences separating people from their enemies are less significant than one may initially believe.

"This book is like something out of my dreams, except now I can touch it, flip through the pages, and take delight in other children's response to the story," added Santamarina

Santamarina is a voracious reader of the classics, science, history, biographies, fantasy and mythology. Her journey toward becoming an author began when she started writing for pleasure at the age of six. By the age of eight, she had begun her first book. It has been her dream to become a professional author - a dream she is realizing at a very young age. Now 13, she is three-years in on an original fantasy book, with many more story lines in the pipeline for future writing.

As they become young readers, kids will find they can enjoy this story again and again. Parents can take comfort in the fact that the message of the book is both wholesome and contemporary without being preachy. The public can expect to see more great works during Santamarina's very promising writing career.

Follow Alani Santamarina's career at http://www.AlaniSantamarina.com.

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Laurel Santamarina
6617 Fortnight Court
Columbia, MD 21044
PHONE. 4107078695
EMAIL: [email protected]

KEYWORDS: young readers, tween author, childrens books, kids, Adventure Children's Books,

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