Scarecrow Comes to Life in New Book by Bay Village Author Jane Huml

Bay Village Author Jane Huml

Summer in Jane’s Garden, a novel by Bay Village author Jane Huml, offers readers a delightful story about a scarecrow named Lisi Anthus that comes to live in Jane’s Garden.

Jane is not always happy with the creatures who come to eat, but she does share with her neighbors. A surprise ending shows the neighborliness of gardening. It’s a great read to start your Halloween season!

About the Author

Jane is a retired special education teacher from Cleveland. She was born and raised in Cleveland and attended Cleveland public schools where she later taught. She lived on the Shoreline, Connecticut for about a dozen years where she learned to work with special need adults at a company called VISTA (Vocational Life Skills Center) and walked the beach every day.

She has a sister who is a professional artist and created the illustrations for Summer in Jane’s Garden; and a brother who is a retired electrician. She also has three grown sons, six grandchildren, and one great granddaughter.

“Today, I still live a short walk from the water. This time it’s Lake Erie again,” says Jane.

The book is available through Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million and Amazon as well as local independent stores: BAYarts in Bay Village, Loganberry Books in Cleveland Heights, Burning River Boutique in Vermilion, Learned Owl Book Shop in Hudson and several local libraries.

From a Review

Summer In Jane’s Garden from Christian Faith Publishing author Jane Huml is a magical and fun adventure that teaches children the value of being a good neighbor,” writes Cision PRWeb in a review.

View a synopsis of Summer In Jane’s Garden, which is 5-star rated by Amazon Reviews, on YouTube.

-“It was a fun read. And it went thru the seasons of a garden and what happens during fall and winter to help children understand the cycle of nature. Nice illustrations too.

-“Very cute story with a fun, surprise ending. Well written and illustrated beautifully.”

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