Children’s Book The Adventures of Lumi Nary Light ©
Released August 11, 2011
A children’s book from Sonya Haramis, award winning author, for young readers ages 5-8 beautifully told with loving lessons of wonder and magic.
Lumi, a teeny tiny angel, has to earn her wings by bringing Betsy and Sammy safely back home by dawn. They ran away and can’t find their way home. Now they’re trapped in evil dark woods. Lumi finds them and takes them on sparkling magic trips they’ll never forget and fights evil forces trying to stop her.
The Mom’s Choice Awards® has named The Adventures of Lumi Nary Light A Fairy Tale of a Teeny Tiny Angel, written and illustrated by Sonya Haramis, among the best in family-friendly media, products and services. The Award for this book is for Fantasy, Myths & Legends for ages 5-8.
Mom’s Choice Awards Distinguished Honoree
The Adventures of Lumi Nary Light A Fairy Tale of a Teeny Tiny Angel won USA Best Books 2011 Award Winner for Children’s Fiction, and Award-Winning Finalist in Children’s Mind/Body/Spirit; Creative Child Magazine: 2011 Creative Child Awards Program, a 2011 Preferred Choice Award, Books for Kids category; and 2012 National Indie Excellence Awards winner Children’s Inspirational/Motivational; Honorable Mention 2012 Purple Dragonfly Book Awards in Children’s Chapter Book, and Spiritual/Religious categories.
USA Best Books Award Winner for Children’s Fiction, and Award Finalist for Children’s Mind/Body/Spirit
“…Sonya Haramis will establish herself as one of the great spiritual storytellers of our time…” Liz Illgen for New Age Retailer
Sonya Haramis, M.Ed., has won four awards for her new children’s book in 2011. She won three awards in the 2008 National Indie Excellence Awards for her book of inspirational parables, “Gracious Gifts…Expressions of the Divine,” was an Award Winner in two categories: Religious Fiction and Short Story Fiction. Her second book, “The Circle of Olympians,” a modern Greek myth, was an Award Finalist in Multicultural Fiction. This is the third award for “The Circle of Olympians,” which was an Award Winner in the National Best Books 2007 for Mythology/Folklore, and an Award Finalist in Visionary Fiction.