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AJ’s IRELAND: A Wee Little Comedy (Saving Sailor Prequel)

Ages 8-12

In 1967, Nine-year-old AJ wins a trip to Ireland to spend Christmas in a medieval castle. There’s only one drawback; she has to bring her big Italian family along. It doesn’t take long for AJ to drive her Prom Queen sister crazy with her newly acquired Irish accent and the gift of gab, or to take revenge on her brother with her Spooky Sally doll. Come enjoy Ireland through the eyes of quirky AJ, you will never see Ireland the same again.

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About Renee Riva

Renee Riva has been writing ever since she won her first writing contest in the second grade. She combines her memories of a happy childhood, growing up in a big Italian family, and adds a big dose of gentle humor to delight the hearts of young readers. Renee has published two children’s picture books with Waterbook/Random House: Izzy the Lizzy and Guido’s Gondola. Two elementary level chapter books: AJ’s Ireland and Farley’s Five and Dime, a family trilogy published by David C. Cook: Saving Sailor, Taking Tuscany, and Heading Home, and a fun comedy on Mount Rainier: Happy Camper.

Before becoming an author, Renee wrote for Madison Park Greeting Cards as an in-house contributing editor. Her articles have appeared in Our Family Magazine and Guideposts. Renee is a touring author for small rural schools in Eastern Washington and visits local book clubs who read her stories. Her website is www.reneeriva.com and she can be contacted through Provato Events.

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