This funny, heartfelt novel exploring friendship, family, and forgiveness, introduces an unforgettable hero, lost in the wilderness of 5th grade, searching for her own shining light.
The author of Lula Bell has donated this book to the Worldreader program.
About the Author
Naturally, at the age of seven, she became a voracious reader. "After that," Payne says, "the house could've fallen down around my ears, and I would've just thought, Does this mean I have to put my book down?"
Payne's first novel, Something to Sing About, received a boxed, starred review from Booklist, and was nominated for a 2010-2011 Children's Crown Award, and a 2011 Kentucky Bluegrass Award.
Her second novel, Lula Bell on Geekdom, Freakdom & the Challenges of Bad Hair, will be published by Amazon Children's Publishing in October, 2012. Payne describes Lula Bell... as a story about life and death, family and friendship, faith and forgiveness, fitting in and standing out, and above all, letting your light shine - letting it light up the dark!
Meanwhile, as Payne continues to write, she says she's beginning to notice that all her books are like her: hopeful, humorous, and distinctly Southern. She lives in Kentucky. To learn more about C. C. Payne, visit www.ccpayne.net.