GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich native and author Mirriam Mosha recently released a new juvenile fiction book titled "Polina."
The book is available through bookstores nationwide and from the publisher's website. Mosha cofounded the Africa’s Children and Women Hope Foundation.
The following is a plot synopsis, courtesy Tate Publishing and Enterprises:
"'Polina' tells the story of a little school girl who is about to learn the biggest lesson in life. Polina, like most school girls, would always like to do things in the last minute. One night, she stayed up too late making her science project, which was due in the morning.
"The next day, her Mama left for work after waking her up, but she who was very tired, stayed on the floor and slept again. When she woke up because of the noise of other children going to school, she realized that she was going to be late. She ran after her school bus, but she didn’t catch it. She felt really upset and was teary eyed. On her way to school, she faced a lot of problems. When she arrived at her classroom, an unexpected thing happened. What could it be? How will she handle it?"
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