Cynthia received a copy of Texas Farm Girl to review in exchange for this post. All opinions expressed here are honest and her own.
Texas Farm Girl learns from her PawPaw what “Reap What You Sow” means when she makes a big mistake on the farm planting corn. She learns she must always take responsibility for her actions. The lesson learned from “Texas Farm Girl, Reap What You Sow “can be applied to all of us so that we can overcome adversity to Shine Like a Lone Star Pearl.
This book demonstrates basic farming practices and a life lesson through the eyes of a child. Although farming is the foundation for this book with farming word explanations for youngsters, the real underlying story is about taking responsibilities for ones mistakes.
Children’s book, Texas Farm Girl Reap What You Sow is endorsed by The Dove Foundation as family approved. It is also an Amazon best seller.
About the Author
Rebecca Crownover is a true entrepreneur, a farmer by profession as partner in a family farm, an Award Winning Children’s Book Author, and founder of the brand and children s books, Texas Farm Girl. Rebecca writes children’s books with purpose behind them based on her own life experiences. Born and raised in the Texas Panhandle, Rebecca Crownover grew up in Sunray, Texas, a small farming community. Her grandfather was a farmer, and through her junior high and high school years she worked on the farm in the summers driving tractors and helping out with irrigation. Her experiences working with her grandfather on the farm sets the stage for Texas Farm Girl to educate, entertain, and inspire children with life lessons through farming. Rebecca got her start as a Children s Book Author by publishing the book My Daddy Is in Heaven with Jesus, an award-winning children’s book that helps children find comfort after losing a parent. Based on her own personal tragedy of losing a husband at the young age of 31 and her daughter losing her father at 2 ½ years of age, Rebecca has inspired many through her work. To learn more about the author, visit: rebeccacrownover.com
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