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Seventh Grader Writes Popular Book on Twins

January 16th, 2011 · No Comments · san francisco, Shopping, Travel News, Traveling with Kids

Danville, Calif., February 14, 2011 – The fifth book in the My Friend Paris
Series, Paris Goes to San Francisco, is now available at booksellers nationwide.
It joins “I’m Having Twins” , “My Twins Are Coming Home”, “My
Twins’ First Birthday” and “Paris Goes to Lake Tahoe”. These books are
based on the real-life experiences of Paris Morris, a now 13-year-old seventh
grade girl in Danville, Calif.

Twins in San Francisco

The child author decided to write these full-color illustrated books when she
discovered that there were few, if any, children’s books that addressed her
concerns about her family expanding to have twins. With the number of families
with twins and higher-order multiples increasing each year, demand for this
content remains on the rise as well.

Paris Goes to San Francisco is written by Liberty Morris, one of Paris’ twin
sisters. It is the story of Paris shopping for the perfect birthday presents for
her twin sisters and showcases the best of San Francisco: the famed Cable Cars,
the Boudin Bakery, the Chinese New Year’s Parade, Alcatraz, the Golden Gate
, the California Academy of Sciences and Union Square.

Families who have been to San Francisco or who are planning a trip there will
enjoy this book as written from the vantage point of an 8-year-old.

“We spend a lot of time in San Francisco,” says Liberty Morris. “Paris,
Victoria and I are lucky to live near a friendly city with great culture.
Everyone should have the chance to explore it. In this book I write about some
of our favorite things.”

Paris Goes to San Francisco is available at and other booksellers.
Morris is also available to do readings.

About Paris Morris

Paris Morris is a 13-year-old seventh grade student at Los Cerros Middle School
in Danville, Calif. She enjoys downhill skiing, dancing and playing with her
twin sisters, who are now nine.

About Liberty Morris

Liberty Morris, fraternal twin to Victoria, is an 9-year-old third grade student
at Green Valley Elementary School in Danville, Calif. She enjoys dancing, art
and writing.

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