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Children’s book by Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins and Marilyn Elizabeth Colleton on exhibit at the Miami Book Fair 2019

The book is one of the many books that will be displayed at the largest and most important literary festival in the country.

Jacksonville FL 32218 – WEBWIRE

A captivating children’s story about a maple leaf awaits readers at the Miami Book Fair.

Prolific author Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins collaborated with Marilyn Elizabeth Colleton to publish a children’s book “Liz Refuse to Fall” (Xlibris; 2018). Readers of children’s books will get the chance to check out its first public exhibit at the Miami Book Fair 2019 Street Fair on November 22-24, 2019 at Miami Dade College (Wolfson Campus) in Downtown Miami.
Founded in 1984 as “Books by the Bay,” the Miami Book Fair aims to promote reading, encourage writing, and heighten an awareness of literacy and the literary arts in Miami’s multi-ethnic community. In 2018, the book fair drew an estimated 200,000 visitors and hosted 500+ authors and 200+ exhibitors.
The children’s book “Liz Refuse to Fall” will be displayed by ReadersMagnet at the Miami Book Fair. The book tells the story of a maple tree leaf named Liz who decides to neither change color nor fall to the ground and die. “Mark my words, my leaf will always continue to be green,” Liz tells the other leaves.
Will Liz remain green? Follow her story in Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins and Marilyn Elizabeth Colleton’s “Liz Refuse to Fall.” Copies are available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Liz Refuse to Fall
Author | Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins and Marilyn Elizabeth Colleton
Publisher | Xlibris
Published date | September 29, 2018
Paperback price | $14.68
About the Author
Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins is a private owner of Hester Tutoring program in Walterboro, South Carolina and Jacksonville, Florida, where she currently resides. Her business has given her many opportunities to broaden her horizon and explore different grade levels by working with exceptional students. Jacquelyn enjoys being a servant to the homeless, cancer patients at MUSC, nursing homes. Jacquelyn loves visiting different schools and correctional institutions sharing stories to our young people and taking time to listen to their stories.
Marilyn Elizabeth Colleton is an exceptional special needs young lady who dedicated her life towards her education and became a pharmacy technician through perseverance in the job corps. She struggled with disabilities but it never stopped her for trying to do better. She loves to draw and write stories about her family. She would love to share her stories with the world how she made it over in life.

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