The recent release “When I Was Just a Little Girl” from Page Publishing author Krystal Marionakis is an engaging children’s story that introduces a young girl experiencing life’s milestones. As she grows and her own family grows, she begins to understand how important these lessons are and how to put them into practice.
Krystal Marionakis has completed her new book “When I Was Just a Little Girl”: an entertaining children’s story about a little girl learning about the world around her. This little girl grows to understand her importance in the world when she begins to see the world through her parents’ eyes, just as her parents love to see the world through her eyes.
Author Krystal Marionakis grew up in Brooklyn, New York, where all the inspiration behind her photographs and illustrations is from. She has two brothers, Andrew and Michael, and two loving parents, Harry and Maria, who helped her learn these important lessons, through play or sometimes the hard way. She is married to a loving husband, Salvatore, and they have a daughter named Lucia Grace, who inspires her to be the best version of herself every day.
Krystal is a New York City Department of Education teacher and has always found it fascinating how much is learned at home that carries over into her classroom each year. She has taught English as a second language for eight years and thrives on learning about new cultures, traditions, religions, and languages.
Published by Page Publishing, Krystal Marionakis’s original tale teaches life’s little lessons that children of all ages can take with them, as well as encourages parents and children alike to see one another through one another’s eyes.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “When I Was Just a Little Girl” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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