Local author announces Spanish edition, ‘Milo does not like Mornings’

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Posted 9/11/20

Author Sasha Graham has announced the publication of the Spanish language edition of her children’s book, “Milo does not like Mornings.”

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Local author announces Spanish edition, ‘Milo does not like Mornings’

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Author Sasha Graham has announced the publication of the Spanish language edition of her children’s book, “Milo does not like Mornings.”

The new edition, “A Milo no le gustan las mañanas,” is available for pre-order on Amazon and will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 29, according to a press release.

“I loved working with Graciela Rodríguez de Hernández on this translation of Milo does not like Mornings and I am thrilled at the way she has made the translation sing. Spanish has woven its way through my life since childhood and I am delighted to have the chance to bring Milo and his Tiny Ninja to Spanish-speaking kids and their grown-ups,” said Ms. Graham in a prepared statement.

Originally published in English on Aug. 22, 2019, “Milo does not like Mornings,” is described as relatable to children and adults as it is humorous, filled with vibrant colors, and tells the story of a little boy named Milo who wants so much to do the right thing, but needs some help from his Tiny Ninja.

The funny, engaging, and upbeat story also includes four seek-and-finds that invite young readers to “Find the Ninjas,” the release said, noting that Tiny Ninja Books is a book collection, for ages 4-8,  written by Ms. Graham and illustrated by Angelina Valieva.

The central theme of every story, according to the release is that everyone is “born with our own Tiny Ninja who is the bravest, strongest, most awesome version of us. Our Tiny Ninja is always there for us, all we have to do is listen.”

Ms. Graham is a longtime volunteer at Camelot Therapeutic Horsemanship and a board member of The Giving Group AZ. A former executive at the Walt Disney Studios, her writing has appeared in magazines, newspapers and on television.

She attended the University of San Francisco and worked in San Francisco as a television writer/producer and as a publicist. Her husband Alan, a pediatrician, and her have three children, the release added.

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