Granny Mae”s New Book “Ants Acting Up” is an Entertaining Tale That Teaches Many Life Lessons for Children and Adults of All Ages

(PRWEB) June 30, 2016

Granny Mae, a beautiful story-teller and first time author, has completed her new book “Ants Acting Up”: an exciting and entertaining story of Anton the ant who is mean to the other ants. It is with the help, courage, and love from his mother that he can use his strength for the greater good.

Ina Johnson’s grandchildren call her Granny Mae. Ina enjoys making up stories for them with moral lessons for them to think about. God’s creatures, large and small, have always interested her. Ina chose to write about ants in this tale because they are so organized, and they remind her of people in a way.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Granny Mae’s relatable tale is a great read for anyone who has ever felt left out, forgotten, or lonely. This story shows how to take a not so great situation and spin it on its heels for the better.

“Hello, I’m Granny Mae. Years ago I had popped a bowl of buttery popcorn to enjoy during a movie I anxiously anticipated watching that evening. Only I did a no-no; that being I put the bowl right next to me in bed. As the movie came on, I promptly fell asleep. Long after the movie had gone off, I woke up. Carefully I moved out of bed so as not to spill the contents of my bowl. I turned on the light to find thousands of ants in the bowl and thousands more traveling from the popcorn bowl, up the wall, and out my bedroom window. These ants were not everywhere but were only in a thick but orderly line out the window. They looked like tiny construction workers. There are over 14,000 species of ants all over the world. In places like the Amazon and rain forests, more species are discovered daily. In California, where I live, there are 270 species. I am thankful most are not house invaders,” explained author Granny Mae.

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