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Anna’s F-Plan:Delightful & fun-filled new children’s book offers full-proof plan for Christmas cheer

Sarah T Wright’s charming story of Nathaniel and Anna’s Christmas Eve journey brings a little love, laughter and light relief, at what has been a particularly challenging time for all


Poignant and laugh-out loud funny, Anna’s F-plan centres on Christmas Eve and introduces a storyline that reinforces that even in our darkest moments, there is always light, hope and help.


With intriguing characters that will appeal to the book’s young adult audience and the delightful sounding heaven’s army, Anna’s F-plan gently reminds us that help, and support is always there, all we have to do is ask.


A highly original festive read, this book bears all the hallmarks of becoming a bookshelf family favourite.


Blurb:

It’s Christmas Eve, and Nathaniel Banks is in despair. But when he begs for help from above, heaven help him, they send Anna Frost.


Anna Frost has lost everything she holds dear, her job and her sword. She started the day as a lieutenant in Heaven’s army, but by the end of it, she finds herself stuck on Earth as a Guardian, in a freezing cold Central Park. Anna Frost is having the worst Christmas Eve ever!


Fortunately, Anna is an angel with an F-Plan, and under the watchful gaze of her fellow Guardians, the flirtatious Leonardo and food-loving Holly, this feisty foot-soldier focuses all her efforts on fixing Nathaniel Banks so she can get her feathers back ASAP.


But unfortunately for Anna, forgotten footsteps, foul play and forbidden fruit soon put her foolproof plan in jeopardy, and this featherless fighter must learn to move Heaven and Earth if her F-Plan is to succeed.


The author says:

“It’s a fun-filled, feel-good story about an angel with a F-Plan. There’s fighting, flirting, five irons, feathers and a lot of food as Anna Frost tries to fix the young golfer she’s been sent here to help.”


Published by Cranthorpe Millner Publishers, Anna’s F-plan (978-1-80378-008-5) is published on 25th October 2022 and is available in paperback (£10.99) Cranthorpe Millner and major online retailers, Waterstones, WHSmiths, Foyles and Amazon.




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