Linda Marshall - book author
Linda Marshall is the author of books: Saving the Countryside: The Story of Beatrix Potter and Peter Rabbit, Pure: Sex And Relationships God's Way, Vitamin B12: The Miraculous Micronutrient For Boosting Energy and Overall Health, Magnesium: The Amazing Micronutrient for a Healthy Heart, Mind and Life, Giving Back: How to Find Your Personal Joy & Make a Difference to Others, The Highlander's Heiress, Bride, Melania Trump Adult Coloring Book: First Lady of the United States and Donald Trumps Wife, Hot Model and Naturalized US Citizen Inspired Adult Coloring Book, Giving Back: How To Find Your Personal Joy & Make A Difference To Others, Songs of Struggle
"Empowering and fresh."-School Library Journal
"The life of the British picture-book author and illustrator makes a serendipitous subject for an engaging and attractive picture book...A well-told tale that makes the life story of the renowned author accessible to children."-Kirkus Reviews
"Perhaps Peter Rabbit needs no introduction, but even children who know Beatrix Potter's name probably know little about her. This appealing picture book fills that gap.... Recommended for young Beatrix Potter fans."-Booklist
"In forthright language, this picture book biography recounts her boundary-breaking life as she grows from a nature-loving child with a menagerie of pets...into a successful artist and canny entrepreneur. An attractive introduction to an iconic creator."-Publisher's Weekly
"An exceptionally accurate portrait of Beatrix Potter told with humor and surprise. Beautifully done." Linda Lear, author of Beatrix Potter: A Life in Nature
Through she's universally known as the creator of The Tale of Peter Rabbit, Beatrix Potter did so much more. This is the true story about how she helped save the English countryside!
Growing up in London, Beatrix Potter felt the restraints of Victorian times. Girls didn't go to school and weren't expected to work. But she longed to do something important, something that truly mattered. As Beatrix spent her summers in the country and found inspiration in nature, it was through this passion that her creativity flourished.
There, she crafted The Tale of Peter Rabbit. She would eventually move to the countryside full-time, but developers sought to change the land. To save it, Beatrix used the money from the success of her books and bought acres and acres of land and farms to prevent the development of the countryside that both she and Peter Rabbit so cherished. Because of her efforts, it's been preserved just as she left it.
This beautiful picture book shines a light on Beatrix Potter's lesser-known history and her desire to do something for the greater good.
Margaret had it all. Luxury, suitors, and a trading empire all at her fingertips. One fateful night changed all of that when her brother sold her virtue in exchange for wealth and the gain of the family trade. Forced from her home, Margaret doesn’t expect her life will ever be the same and she had never been so right. When she meets Prince Altair she is forced to follow his command or suffer the consequences. But where else will this path lead her? Will she find love in a forbidden place? Will she grow to love her new role as a pleasure slave? Or will she attempt to return home and reclaim the empire that is rightfully hers? The tumultuous relationship between master and slave is put to the test in The Highlanders Heiress.
This book contains explicit content