On a cold winter day, the Sharing Sisters learn that with a little kindness and a few stitches of clothing, they are able to deliver comfort once again to those negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Carissa Lovvorn - Author
Carissa is a singer, pianist, artist, and author of her debut Children’s picture book “Seeds for Sharing”. The granddaughter of Christian Missionaries, young Carissa grew up with a genuine and unique perspective on the virtue of giving back and making a difference through even the simplest of actions. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Sociology minor. She later received a Master’s Degree, Summa Cum Laude, in Public Administration with a focus on Nonprofit Management. While pursuing her respected degrees, she served as a founding member and President of her local Student United Way chapter and served as a Habitat for Humanity volunteer through the campus affiliate. Carissa lives in rural North Alabama with her husband and two daughters where they enjoy hiking, making music, and of course, dress-up and gardening.
"These beautiful sisters might be stuck at home but the book captures their fun loving spirit and sharing it with others with the bounties from their garden. My granddaughters loved this book. I had to buy all three their own!"
My 4yo and 6yo love this book, and I do, too. The story is current, relatable, AND it contains practical ideas for handling adversity as well as for community outreach. Great illustrations, also. I highly recommend this book. It is a new favorite for my family!
A story of hope and love in the middle of a pandemic. If you are looking for an uplifting story in child-friendly language that inspires us to rise above a difficult situation, this is it! Can’t wait to read other books in her collection.