Briley & Baxter Publications is thrilled to announce the forthcoming publication of “Crabby Cakes,” an adorable tale by Eileen Clancy-Pantano that encourages children to place a higher value on relationships than on material possessions.
Children are introduced to Crabby Cakes, a crustacean who, until he learns a valuable lesson from his mother and concerned friend, prefers to play with toy boats, trucks, and tractors to spend time with his friends and family.
Eileen Clancy-Pantano’s second children’s book was inspired by her own life experiences and observations. Even though “Crabby Cakes” is written for younger children, the message it conveys is significant for adults as well as young people.
Clancy-Pantano has had numerous interactions in the course of her life where she saw how much people seem to value their material things over their relationships with their loved ones, bringing about feelings of detachment and broken relationships. She believes that being content with what we truly do have and having fulfilling and satisfying connections throughout everyday life, as well as a feeling of belonging and security, truly makes us happy in this world.
Eileen Clancy-Pantano has a master’s degree in special education and a love for teaching. She wants her readers to feel better about themselves and to be inspired to feel confident, real, and special. Clancy-Pantano is from Hull, Massachusetts, and she loves spending time with her grandchildren, grown sons, and other relatives. She enjoys singing and painting seascapes using shells she finds at the beach.
Briley & Baxter Publications
Stacy Padula, an award-winning author, established Briley & Baxter Publications in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Authors of non-fiction, young adult, children’s, science fiction, self-help, and inspirational works with Briley & Baxter Publications. Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Target, Walmart, iTunes, and other major retailers carry their books. Ten percent of publishing royalties are given to various animal rescue organizations each month.
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