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Tortuphina Press Announces New Book by Ana Munoz-Jordan: 'How Turtle Became a Dolphin'

We all experience change one way or another, but will we be happy once we experience a dramatic change?

JUPITER, Fla., Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- How Turtle became a Dolphin is a powerful adult tale about personal change and how we adapt to a new way of life, even if that means transforming ourselves and completely changing the way we live.

(Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20091109/FL06496 )

Author, Ana S. Munoz-Jordan, takes us to a magical journey with Turtle. This ordinary creature has grown up in a world filled with subtle changes. However, one day, things do change in a way she had never expected. She realizes the world she once knew has now changed forever. That moment in time when the unexpected change happens, this ordinary creature, slow by nature, slowly walks throughout many phases in trying to adapt to what she sees as a tragic change in her life.

In a magical transformation, Turtle becomes a Dolphin and discovers a brand new world. Her magical jungle becomes an ocean of unlimited discovery. This beautifully illustrated book by artist Adriana Elisa Rabassa, is filled with imagery that will transport you to a world that will make readers smile and bring warmth to their hearts!

Even unexpected change can be wonderful!

About the Author

Ana S. Munoz-Jordan, is a publisher and writer based in Jupiter, FL. She holds a Masters Degree from Plymouth State College, New Hampshire. Ana is a Travel Expert for the online magazine: The Examiner.

"How Turtle became a Dolphin"

ISBN-13: 978-0-6152857-6-4

To order his book or place an order visit: www.tortuphinapress.com or www.amazon.com

To arrange a book signing, interview or arrange for a review, please contact Ana Munoz at info@tortuphinapress.com or by phone: (800) 875 3657.

SOURCE Tortuphina Press

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