MT. VERNON, N.Y., April 23, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- From An Ant Hill Springs A Mountain -- Enjoyable Rhyming Poetry That Speaks to All Ages

MT. VERNON, N.Y. - (Release Date TBD) From An Ant Hill Springs A Mountain reveals the passion and the wisdom of poet-author Barbara A. Pierce. It promotes the premise that to be inspired empowers one to be a success. This latest published work is certainly proof of that.

In this anthology of easy-to-understand, lesson-filled, and humorous poems, readers will surely enjoy the flow of the author's thoughts. With limericks, traditional rhyming verse, and the interesting subject matter included, this collection of poems will definitely capture the hearts and minds of many.

From An Ant Hill Springs A Mountain covers a wide range of topics and situations both fictional and non-fictional. These witty poems will entertain and satisfy the lyrical thirst of any reader.

This collection is great for youth because the poems are interesting and quick to read. For the older reader there is a wonderful touch of nostalgia found.

About the Author

Barbara A. Pierce was born in Memphis, Tennessee where she lived until moving to New York City at an early age. She attended junior high school there, then high school in Mount Vernon, New York. After graduation, she worked as a telephone operator for two and a half years before entering College in Pennsylvania. Upon receiving a degree in education, Miss Pierce began her career as an elementary school teacher that lasted for thirty-five years. It was during that time that she pursued and earned a Masters Degree in education and reading. Since retiring in 2003, Miss Pierce has worked as a substitute teacher and has written three books of poetry. Miss Pierce's name has appeared in Who's Who In American Publications, most recently in the 2006-2007, Seventh Edition.



        From An Ant Hill Springs A Mountain * by Barbara A. Pierce
                  Publication Date: 08/27/2007
           Trade Paperback; $8.50; 94 pages; 978-1-4257-7176-8
           Cloth Hardback; $18.00; 94 pages; 978-1-4257-7180-5

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