Books by Jessica Arael Marrocco

The Seer: Violets in the Grass

–October 19, 2012

Arael steps into a space of non-ordinary reality that stirs her childhood
memory of picking violets in the grass at her neighbor’s home, where a misty
portal appears. This is the fi rst time she discovers that she is able to see into
a multiverse of non-ordinary realities where other dimensional beings exist.
All of this begins when Arael, as an adult, is regressed and discovers that her
childhood experience was the portal to the historical past, land of the Fae,
extraterrestrial realities, and a lifetime of unexplainable events and visions.

 

Macabre: Short Stories and Poems From The Other Side

– January 6, 2012

Macabre is a historical/metaphysical collection of short stories and poems that have been brought to you through channeled writing. Each story makes reference to historical events or mysteries that speaks to us from the ‘other side.’ The stories come alive with illustrations that portray a visual reference to their meaning. This is a metaphysical perspective of history and legends that add a twist to how we perceive our world around us.

 

Green Stories For Green Children: A collection of short stories and poems about our Environment

-April 20, 2012

This book is a collection of short stories and poems about our environment and is written for children of all ages. Imagine reading about talking trees, children who plant and feed others, fairy-tale beings enjoying a nature stroll or parade, talking birds, a family of trees, elemental creatures, playful fish, and so much more. There is a fun story here for everyone! Join our family of friends while learning about how we can make Earth a healthier and happier place to call home.

 

Green Stories for Green Children, Part 2: Short Stories and Poems about our Environment (Volume 2)

-April 20, 2012

This book is a collection of short stories and poems about our environment and is written for children of all ages. Imagine reading about talking trees, a mystical unicorn that teaches us to care for the planet, an uncle who teaches his nephew to create fun games, a child from the future who lives in a green home, a loving sunflower, and so much more. There is a fun story here for everyone! Join our family of friends while learning about how we can make Earth a healthier and happier place to call home.

 

Green Stories for Green Cities: Short Stories and Poems About Our Environment (Volume 1)

-August 15, 2012

There is an interesting group of children who live in the city. In this book I will be highlighting the city of Boston with a feature story called The Dwellers and the Striders that merges modern-day images of Boston along with early historical imagery and characters. Here we will explore many different and fun aspects of living in a city and the innovative children who bring life and excitement to everyone. The topics are for a slightly older child, yet it retains the fun aspects of Green Stories for Green Children through more advanced topics. Some topics include community activities, diversity, and ideas that stir up creative, environmental fun.