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Children’s Book About a Day in the Life of a 5 Year Old Daughter of Migrant Farm Workers Set in the Apple Orchard by Mexican-American Author Norma Garza Black Set for Exhibit at PRLF 2024

The vast number of books available at the upcoming Printers Row Lit Fest is only made possible, thanks to a wide diversity of authors showcasing their work, each one offering unique perspectives from every corner of America. Norma Garza Black is one of these authors, and she is set to exhibit a children’s book that talks about her family’s early life as migrant farm workers. Its title is “Luna and the Apple Orchard.”

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“I came across this wonderful book in Los Angeles Times Festival of Books in LA. ‘Luna’s Farm to Table Adventure’ is a vibrant and engaging children’s book that not only entertains but also educates…” – Shivam Dubey, Author

For two days in September, the city of Chicago will hold its annual Printers Row Lit Fest. It is one of the largest outdoor book exhibits in the Midwest and was organized in honor of the city’s own legacy of popular printing houses.

Many of the books scheduled for exhibition will also have much of their own histories to share, including dozens of memoirs, biographies, retellings, and more. A great deal of them will also be demonstrating the importance of inclusivity and diversity by sharing multiple perspectives from across cultural demographics.

One good example is a recently published children’s book author Norma Garza Black, who will be showcasing a book titled “Luna and the Apple Orchard.”

This enduring story is told through the eyes of a curious 5-year-old girl named Luna whose migrant farm worker family is picking apples in an apple orchard. This story teaches children about the journey of food from farm to table, family bonds, empathy for the hard working farm workers and a few Spanish words, making it a more immersive read. Her 2d adaptation to her book can be found on Youtube.

She herself is a third-generation Mexican-American who came from a line of migrant workers. Today, she manages a small boutique law firm and is also the co-owner of a sound and entertainment company and a singer songwriter. Still, she hasn’t forgotten her roots, and she is eager to share children’s stories that encourage others like her to proudly represent their heritage at the 2024 Printers Row Lit Fest.

Visitors to the Printers Row Lit Fest can check out “Luna and the Apple Orchard” by Norma Garza Black over at the self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet exhibit. The PRLF will be held on September 7-8, 2024, at Printers Row Park, 620 S Dearborn St (Ida B Wells & Polk), Chicago, Illinois. Copies are available on Amazon.

“Luna and the Apple Orchard”
Author: Norma Garza Black
Published date: February 8, 2024
Publisher: Kindle Direct Publishing
Genre: Children’s Book

The author is a third generation Mexican American. The author herself came from migrant farm workers. She now lives in California. She is an Office Manager of a small boutique law firm in Berkeley, the Chamber of Commerce President for her small town, a singer songwriter and co-owner of a sound and entertainment company.

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