Margaret Larson's New Book 'Little Marjorie Ann: Stuck in the Mud' is a Charming and Nostalgic Children's Tale About Outdoor Fun Inspired by Real-Life Family Stories

Fulton Books author Margaret Larson, a family nurse practitioner and accomplished writer, has completed her most recent book "Little Marjorie Ann: Stuck in the Mud": a sweet and delightful adventure based on the true childhood stories of the author's mother, Marjorie Ann.

"The 'Little Marjorie Ann: Stuck in the Mud' story is based on a true childhood story told by eighty-six-year-old Marjorie Ann on a muddy walk up from a neighborhood Puget Sound beach. She was telling me how she loved the mud even after she got stuck in the mud when she was four years old," says Larson. "To this day, Marjorie Ann will not hesitate to have a good time walking in the mud even if it means she may get stuck."

Published by Fulton Books, Margaret Larson's book was inspired by weekly visits with her mother during the COVID-19 pandemic. Larson and her mother, Marjorie Ann, spent many Sundays walking along the beach, reviewing old scrapbooks and photo albums, and most importantly, talking about childhood memories. It was then that Larson realized that these memories could make great children's books. 

"Little Marjorie Ann: Stuck in the Mud" is the creative retelling of a time when Marjorie Ann went playing in the muddy swamp below her house. She quickly became stuck, but thankfully her brother Bob came to the rescue. He pulled her right out of her boots! Children will love this enjoyable story filled with the joy of spending time outdoors.

Readers who wish to experience this adorable work can purchase "Little Marjorie Ann: Stuck in the Mud" at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books