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April 14, 2014

'Grace's Magic' to help Second Harvest

MUNCIE — Ball State graduate Cindee Cox is the author of “Grace’s Magic,” a children’s book geared around helping others and the community in which they live.

The story follows two characters, Grace and Emily Jane, a fantastic duo who offer a community of people more than just fresh bread, cupcakes with glittery sprinkles and chocolate milk from their downtown food pantry.

Grace shares magical flowers that return each year, offering a promise of hope to those who plant them. The people who visit the food pantry and plant their magical flowers find that the flowers return year after year as a symbol for a better and brighter future.

The book can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and in local bookstores throughout east central Indiana. The benefit of this book to the local community is that 10 percent of the all proceeds from “Grace’s Magic” will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank, serving East Central Indiana. For more information regarding the book, visit www.gracesmagic.com.

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