Children’s Author Donates Fiction with Rare Theme: Genetic Engineering
Maggie Lyons to donate her books to the Central Rappahannock Regional Library this month.
Children’s Author Maggie Lyons Donates Fiction with Rare Theme: Genetic Engineering
The children’s book Dewi and the Seeds of Doom has an underlying message about the health risks of g
Vin and the Dorky Duet is another book by Maggie Lyons.
Author Maggie Lyons’s children’s adventure story Dewi and the Seeds of Doom has a very unusual underlying theme for a work of fiction written for children: the danger to your health of genetically modified food. Independent research has shown that GMOs cause health problems including damage to internal organs, allergies, links to cancer and other serious diseases.
Lyons will donate copies of her children’s book Dewi and the Seeds of Doom to the Central Rappahannock Regional Library (http://www.LibraryPoint.org) in Fredericksburg, Virginia, on Saturday, January 26 at 11 AM. She will sign copies of the book between 11 AM and 2 PM. The book will be on sale at a discount.
Dewi and the Seeds of Doom relates the adventure of a Welsh dragon detective. When he is clobbered by a falling rat, the nosy Welsh dragon snoops his way into a challenging predicament. Helped by a toad with a passion for chemical wart cures, Dewi discovers that a megalomaniac baron is secretly breeding mutant corn at an unfriendly castle. To thwart the genetically modified-corn baron’s sickening plan, he must use moxie and firepower in a series of catastrophe-skirting capers.
Genetically modified food is not just fantasy. It’s a very real and pervasive health hazard for today’s consumers.
To find more information about Maggie Lyons, her books, or her book signing event, you can call (804) 859-2026 or visit http://www.MaggieLyons.yolasite.com.
About Maggie Lyons: Maggie Lyons was born in Wales and very properly brought up in England before gravitating to Virginia’s coast. She zigzagged
her way through a motley slew of careers from unofficial
British spy to academic editor. Writing and editing nonfiction for
adults brought plenty of satisfaction but nothing like the magic
she discovered writing for kids. You can visit her blog at http://Maggie-Lyons.blogspot.com.
Tel: (804) 859-2026
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