An inspiring and motivating account of the tenacity and dedication of a little primary school girl in the fields of gymnastics and cheer.
Millie's commitment and discipline that she applies to the most rigorous training regimes sets her up for rewards far outweighing her tiny stature.
Outside of her sporting prowess, she demonstrates a humanitarian side way beyond her tender age.
Caring for her ailing mother and younger siblings as a matter of course, she creeps into the hearts of her older peers and coaches alike.
Given her young age, she is self-conscious and oblivious to the love and respect of those around her. Her self-confidence, however, is ultimately boosted by her successes in the sports arena and the doting care of her mother and stepfather, who unselfishly endeavours to take the place of her biological father.
Enter COVID-19 and her world is turned upside down.
How will she cope with the new world?
ISBN : 978-1-78830-990-5
Pages : 122
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
I was born and raised in Manchester before studying for a Forensic Science degree at Staffordshire University. I eventually moved to South Wales where I met my husband and became a full time mum to my three children, Emilie, Morgan and Osian. Health issues forced me to rethink my path in life and reawakened my long, lost passion for writing.