FAITH NEWS SERVICE – United States – October 8, 2022
Macey Warren wrote Fruit of Our Love to prepare young children for a new sibling by comparing the baby growing inside Mom to ever-larger fruits and vegetables—concrete objects from children’s everyday lives that they can understand.
This mother’s love song to her preborn baby takes families on a fun-filled—and factual—picture book about baby growth during pregnancy. Using vivid comparisons to fruits and vegetables, Fruit of Our Love traces baby’s development from “poppy seed” to “watermelon,” reminding young children of how they came into the world amid the same excitement and reassuring them of their place with their siblings and in their expanding family.
Macey Warren’s Fruit of Our Love is free and available for download on Amazon through October 8, 2022. Fruit of Our Love is rated 5 stars by those who have purchased and written a review of the book. Here’s what some of the reviewers have said:
“Adorable! Such a cute understandable timeline for little ones. I will be recommending this to everyone I know with future babies and grand babies.”
Perfect for Growing families/baby shower gift
“This book is adorable – I’m planning to give it to two of my friends who are expecting their second this fall. It’s a great way to prepare future big brothers and sisters for their new sibling on the way.”
Fun Read about the Pregnancy Journey
“What a creative presentation of the stages of growth in fetal development! I like the playful rhyme and coordination of illustrations. It is informative, yet fun.”
For More Information: For more questions or to schedule an interview about this press release, please contact Macey Warren at email@example.com.
About the Author: Macey Warren is a public relations professional with a knack for storytelling. Since childhood, she has loved reading and writing, and her cousin’s pregnancy inspired her to create Fruit of Our Love. Born in Seymour, Indiana, she now lives in North Carolina and looks forward to someday reading Fruit of Our Love to her own little poppy seed.
Suggested Interview Questions:
What is it that so captivated you about your cousin’s pregnancy that you decided to write a book? Did you have your future little one in mind as you wrote Fruit of Our Love?
What led you to use the “fruit” comparison? Did you pick out the different fruits yourself and tie them all together into the story, or . . .?
How did your current job in PR help prepare you for writing a children’s story?
In this world in which abortion is so prevalent, how does a book like yours promote preborn life and loving the preborn child?
Some people say “it’s easy to write a children’s story,” but we know that’s not the case. Talk to us a little about the editing process and how it improved the story.
Will this book turn into a series? What other books might you write that tie in to this one?