READINGTON RESIDENT Regina Mirra’s new book “Share the Sky” is a charming tale that explains the wonderful mysteries of cosmic occurrences.

Regina Mirra, an aspiring children’s book author, a mother of a very inquisitive son and a gifted storyteller, has completed her new book “Share the Sky”: an enchanting story featuring the enigmatic nature of heavenly bodies.

Author Mirra showcases an effective style in storytelling akin to legends and myths: “The clouds began to roll around the sky, all billowy and soft like cotton. The clouds 16 were very beautiful indeed. Then, the clouds changed color. The moon and stars were puzzled and even a little scared. And suddenly, the clouds were dark gray, and they grumbled a very loud noise. Bright lightning bolts flashed and rippled through the sky from the gray clouds. The clouds said, ‘Don’t be afraid. We’re just showing our power too. We’re not done yet though!’ Then, soft rain came out of the clouds and hit the earth below.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Regina Mirra’s alluring narrative is an exemplary tool in explaining certain phenomena to very curious children, and guides them in imagining scenes of terrific and epic moments that explain how the universe astoundingly works. But there’s more than meets the eye in Share the Sky — it has an important purpose and underlying message for children. It’s not just an entertaining tale but also a story that can help alleviate childhood anxieties (fear of storms/lightning/thunder/the dark) at a time when some young children typically struggle with these happenings, while reinforcing the concept of sharing (at a time that is crucial in child development).

Readers who wish to experience this beguiling work can purchase “Share the Sky” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-38 2708.