Vanessa Lane Bryant is a famous American singer and songwriter, as well as being a popular author, so it should come as no surprise that she has also written a number of books for kids and is very popular amongst them. A number of these books are available in the United States and include various other books, poems and stories that kids and parents can enjoy together.
One book that I like very much and that will appeal to children all over the world is Vanessa Laine Bryant's The Little White House. This book is a story about a girl who go missing, which is not uncommon with young children nowadays, and the book is set against a background of the early 1900s.
The book is about a girl named Isabel, who goes to visit her grandmother in a farmhouse in order to get some help on how to write a book. There, she meets a boy named John who shows her that writing can be fun, and that she can write her own book. However, Isabel cannot understand why people do not believe that she knows how to write, because she wrote the story herself.
As the story progresses, we learn more about what the girl is writing about, and why John does not believe her, because he believes that she is lying. In this book, Isabel also discovers that she has a sister named Lucy, who was also born in the early 1900s. It seems that John and his sister were once friends before John's grandmother told him that he could not have Lucy because she was a girl. It is clear that John is in love with Lucy, because he tells her that he wants to marry her.
Soon after they meet, John tells her about a story that he has heard about a girl called Rachel, and Lucy tells him that she knew Rachel as well. John ends up following her down to the land of Mid-World, and together they find a new home for Lucy, where she learns about the different places she is from, including a city named Mid-City, where she sees an old man, played by Vanessa Bryant herself. in action.
After Lucy leaves, John and Isabel become good friends. At first, they seem to be perfect for one another, but as the story progresses, John begins to see that he is not quite the hero that he thinks he is, and Isabel does not feel that he is really helping her with her situation, instead. He is often accused of being a coward and a liar. He tries to hide his feelings, and hide his identity so that he does not have to deal with the people that he might be accused of lying to.