Lisa Miskovetz’s New Book, ‘Mia Mae the Meower’, Is an Adorable Tall Tale Adventure of a Girl Who Uses Her Cleverness and Skillfulness To Find Her Way Home

Fulton Books author Lisa Miskovetz, a retired teacher who taught at Central Road Elementary School in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, for 20 years, has completed her most recent book, “Mia Mae the Meower”: a wonderful and captivating tale about a courageous young girl. After finding a new friend in the woods, they become stranded along the Great River, far from home. Mia Mae applies all the skills she has learned from her parents to endure and overcome danger as she attempts to make her way home.
Lisa writes, “Mia Mae happily follows Big Daddy Jim down the path to the Great Mississippi River. It was to be a day of rafting and fishing. Always observant, taking in the beauty of nature, Mia Mae spots a small kitty. Scooping up this newfound friend, Mia Mae names her Dory. Placing Dory gently in her apron pocket, the adventure begins.
“Encountering Cougars, Canadian Lynx, and Bobcats, Mia Mae uses her clever thinking and long hair braid to protect Dory and herself. She will put into practice the important survival skills taught to her by Big Daddy Jim and Mama.
“Set in the 1800s, this Tall Tale will have you sitting at the edge of your wooden rocking chair. Hopefully, this story will help you realize the importance of the people in your life who love you. Deep inside your heart, you will see how they have inspired you to be caring, confident, and strong.”
Published by Fulton Books, Lisa Miskovetz’s book is an inspiring story that reminds people to value their loved ones for they provide strength and confidence in life. The book also shares the importance of learning various skills as a preparation to face and overcome life challenges.
Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase “Mia Mae the Meower” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
Source: Fulton Books