WASHINGTON, Feb. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Early Light Press, LLC announces the audio edition of "That's My Hope: Featuring a Gallery of Multi-generational Artwork" ("HOPE"), written by co-authors Lil Ingram and Marlene Lee, and narrated by Rachel Klein-Kircher and eight children.
The audio edition of HOPE is available in MP3 format at no charge via the Internet website: http://www.thatsmyhope.com and will also be available via the website for the non-profit Hope Village: http://www.hopevillage.com/.
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In addition to the story narration, HOPE's original artwork is vividly described in the audio edition, along with the original short vignettes called "Sharing Our Stories." Twelve child-artists and 16 adult-artists and photographers blend messages of trauma, illness, and injury -- with hope and resilience.
DOWNLOADING HOPE-AUDIO MP3 FILES: Eleven files in MP3 format comprise the audio edition for downloading or listening via the website: http://www.thatsmyhope.com or via the Hope Village website: http://www.hopevillage.com/.
ABOUT EARLY LIGHT PRESS: Early Light Press (http://www.earlylightpress.com) published "The Hero in My Pocket" by author Marlene Lee, MA, Thanatology (study of death, dying, and bereavement). "The Hero in My Pocket" is a keepsake book for children, ages 6-12 years, affected by the loss of a loved one who served in the U.S. Armed Forces.
"The Hero in My Pocket" and "That's My Hope: Featuring a Gallery of Multi-generational Artwork" are sold at Amazon.com, Target.com, selected PX/AAFES stores, Army Times Publishing and other selected venues.
Author Marlene Lee and author Stephanie Pickup ("The Soldier's Tree") co-founded Our Heroes' Tree, now in its 5th year honoring the service and sacrifice of U.S. service members and their families.
Our Heroes' Tree program participants around the world have created more than 5,000 ornaments. Program guidelines and templates for 2009 are available at no charge via http://www.earlylightpress.com/.
ABOUT HOPE VILLAGE: The vision of Hope Village (http://www.hopevillage.com), a 501(c)3, is to establish an inter-generational foster/adoption community that includes dedicated, trained foster families, staff, therapists, and grandparents, to support each other as they meet the needs of foster children. This unique structure will enable families to provide hard-to-place children with long-term care, and adoption where possible, thus promoting permanency.
Early Light Press, in conjunction with Hope Village, offers the audio edition of HOPE in recognition of the service and sacrifice of ill, injured, wounded, and deceased Veterans -- and their children and families.
Audio Book Title: That's My Hope: Featuring a Gallery of Multi-generational Artwork
Contact: Marlene Lee Phone: 301-523-1755 / E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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