Children’s Book Signing Saturday, October 29th at The Pied Piper – Kelly Pederson Presents Finding Love on Summer Hill

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Join The Pied Piper Children’s Wear  in welcoming children’s author Kelly Pederson as she presents her new book, Finding Love on Summer Hill this Saturday, October 29 at 11am in the Village of Cross Keys.

Morgan James’s new release, Finding Love on Summer Hill by Kelly Pedersen, is the tale of a Sheltie puppy named Candy who must learn how to overcome her fears and love her new family.

Finding Love on Summer Hill tells the story of how Candy the puppy was adopted by a little girl named Sarah. Proving that it is never too late to for love and second chances, Finding Love on Summer Hill is a heartwarming tale of the friendship between children and their dogs.

Finding Love on Summer Hill is a book that demonstrates emotional awareness. The characters are all fully developed, and each of them has an important lesson to teach. Finding Love on Summer Hill explains how actions have an impact on others, and that being loved will chase away fear. These important messages are delivered in a way that is both accessible and entertaining.

Pedersen took inspiration from her personal life and made a story that is relatable for children everywhere. While Candy sometimes misbehaves, her friends and family never abandon her. The personal growth that Candy experiences in the book makes her an ideal model for children. With its beautiful illustrations and themes of acceptance, Finding Love on Summer Hill will inspire children to overcome their fears and be more kind and loving to those around them.




Kelly Pedersen is a retired teacher who spends her time working in an art studio. Kelly’s influences include her husband, children, family pets, and the works of Beatrix Potter. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Syracuse University and a Masters in Education from Loyola College in Maryland. Her family’s rescued animals were the inspiration for this book. She currently resides with her family in Stewartstown, PA.






Chris Frederick

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