Glitter for a Cause
7-year-old Callie publishes her first children’s book and donates profits
When Callie Chapman, a student at Crestline Elementary, was 6 years old, she wrote a story for the Expression’s Art Contest. The Story, “Glitter the Unicorn” is about a unicorn named Glitter and her best friend Ellie. The dynamic duo go on a magical adventure to Cotton Candy Land were they meet a Queen. The Queen sends Glitter and Ellie on an adventure through the lollipop forest and to the mountain of chocolate where Glitter and Ellie find a magical candy bar.
A year later, with Callie’s book flying off the shelves, she decided to donate the profits to Children’s of Alabama to help buy art supplies for young patients. Callie will be making her first donation to Children’s in the amount of $3,500.
This Spring Callie will launch her second book” Glitter the Unicorn Goes to the Beach.” A third book “Glitter Goes to the Moon” will be released in the fall of 2017.
Mom’s Choice Award Winner – Silver Medal – Glitter the Unicorn