What Would it be Like? by McArthur Krishna
  

Synopsis

What Would it be Like? by McArthur Krishna

With real-life examples of women from a wide range of walksof life, girls learn they can do anything. Would you like to sail the seas as apirate? Swing, flip and sparkle as a trapeze artist? Solve big problems as thenext president? Or simply be happy to be yourself?

About the Author

McArthur Krishna's books introduce you to adventure, new ideas and friends from all kinds of life. McArthur has always been a shape-shifter. Shes been a business-woman, river guide, window-washer, waitress, Forest Service archeologist technician assistant, graduate student, backpacker, daughter, sister, vixen, traveler and some day, hope-to-be true companion. She has a good story to tell from all of these adventures. While she grew up in dancin wild and wonderful West Virginia, McArthur now lives in rural and riotous India on a wild adventure. She vowed to never be bored in her life! Now, I write to shift the shape of the world. I hope the stories that bloom from the bliss ride of life are as delightful to read as they have been to create.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
34 pages

Author

McArthur Krishna
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Publication date

5th July 2016

ISBN

9780692587218


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