Saragine Francois
Sasha and the Magic Pen by Saragine Francois     
Have you ever wished you could trace a friend from your favorite story and they
would magically appear? Sasha and the Magic Pen is a short story about a ten
year old girl named Sasha who accidently discovers the true magic of a pen
she found buried in the school playground. After Sasha realizes that Ursa, the
friend she drew from the story, will not only vanish from every book, but the
story from the book will come true if she does not get her friend back into the
story. Young readers will be entertained and surprised as the story unfolds in
a way that no one could have imagined.
My name is Saragine Francois, and I am a teacher
who graduated with a Master’s Degree in Literacy. I
have a creative mind, and want to share it with the
world through children’s picture books.
The Clever Hen by Saragine Francois     

Have you ever known anyone who thought they were too smart for their
own good? In this short story, when one of the farm animals (Ms. Cleever)
thinks she is too bright for the other hens in the chicken coop, including
the farm animals, she begins to mock them and treat them rude. As the
months passed, Ms. Cleever gets the surprise of her life and is singled
out. Will her fellow hens, including the farm animals, help her?  Find out
in this beautifully written children’s book.

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Diamond’s Lucky Penny by Saragine Francois     

Have you ever found a lucky penny and thought your day would be
fortunate? In this short story, when Diamond wakes up and gets ready to
go to school, he discovers a golden penny on his bedroom floor. Series of
accidental events happens in this story when Diamond realizes this was
actually a lucky penny.

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Party Animals by Saragine François & Julian François

In this fun-filled delightful story, this picture book opens with a
mischievous plan where Mabel throws a secret party for all her animal
friends after Mama departs with her daughter Ellen for the night. When her
sidekick Wolf advices her not to go with the plan, Mabel ignores his
request and proceeds by telephoning all of her friends to join her in this
evening’s festivity. As the night explodes with loud music and laughter, an
uninvited animal friend requests that he joins the party. During their
celebration, a nosy neighbor notifies Mama at once and the mood quickly
shifts to a panic. Illustrated by Somnath Chatterjee, his bright, bold
artwork brings all their beloved characters to life while eliciting suspense
with a pleasant mix of laughter. Written by Saragine and Julian François,
they have created a winning story to keep their readers engaged.  

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