Cover Reveal: One Small Spark by Jackie Minniti

It’s cover reveal week at Anaiah Press. Today we are excited to present our upcoming Middle Grade novel, One Small Spark by Jackie Minniti.

One Small Spark by Jackie Minniti

A mysterious message on a scrap of paper.  

A shadowy group whose motives are unclear.  

A political struggle that pits friend against friend, neighbor against neighbor, and father against son. 

Eleven-year-old Benjamin Pembroke’s safe, sheltered life is turned upside-down when he meets a strange boy who becomes an unlikely friend in troubling times. Unfortunately, Benjamin has no way of knowing that his future, as well as the future of his country, will be changed forever. 


Releases Tuesday, October 9!


 

JackieMinnitiJackie Minniti was born and raised in the heart of New Jersey where she spent 25 years as a classroom teacher and was an education writer for the Courier Post. After retiring from teaching, she moved to Florida and turned to writing full-time. She is currently a columnist for The Island Reporter in St. Petersburg. Her first novel, Project June Bug, the story of a young teacher’s efforts to help a student with ADHD, won several awards, including Premier Book Awards “Book of the Year.” A number of her stories have been included in Chicken Soup for the Soul collections.

Jackie lives on Treasure Island with her husband and two rather noisy macaws, but she frequently travels back to New Jersey to visit her three children and six grandkids.

View Jackie’s website | View Jackie’s Blog | Like Jackie on Facebook

More from our blog:

The Best Book I (Almost) Never Wrote by Jackie Minniti

How NOT to Write Middle Grade Fiction by Jackie Minniti

Guest Post by Jackie Minniti, author of Jacqueline

 

 

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