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Blackstone Valley Tribune: "Local nine-year-old launches second book"

Published on November 30, 2018

DOUGLAS — Bastien said her inspiration comes from a variety of different sources, with some of her stories, such as “London Rescue” and “Fallen Robin,” pulling from real life motivation and others, such as “Grape Seed” and “Two Trails,” stemming from imagination.

 

“I wanted to focus on helping kids deal with fear. There are many scary things that happen each day and some kids do not know what to do when they are scared or in danger. I hope my book will help my readers be fearless.”

Primary Treasure published 

one of my newest stories - Fallen Robin

Published in May 2018

The story recaps the rescue of a baby bird. It reminds us that when we fall down God will always send someone to help us get back up.

The illustration of my story is wonderful. Special thanks to the Primary Treasure's team. 

Blackstone Valley Tribune: "Adventures In Writing"

Published on October 28, 2016

DOUGLAS — Soon to-be-famous author Emily Bastien has published her first book, with many more sure to follow. The 7-year-old Douglas resident self-published “Aqua Tales: Stories About Kids Solving Problems,” with endless support from not only her parents, but her teachers at Whitinsville Christian School.

Boston Globe: "This 7-Year-Old Has The Write Stuff"

Published on November 24, 2016

Seven-year-old Douglas native Emily Bastien published her first book this year, making her one of the youngest published authors around.

“When I’m reading, I get adventures in my mind and it’s really, really cool,” Emily said.

The New Uxbridge Times: "Young Author From Douglas..."

Published on October 30, 2016

Emily Bastien, seven year old author, from Douglas just published her first book: Aqua Tales. Aqua Tales is a collection of short stories about kids solving problems and overcoming life’s challenges.

Stay updated on all the latest events and articles by following Emily on Facebook.

Worcester Magazine: "Published Author at 7,  Douglas Girl Inspires"

Worcester Magazine: "Published Author at 7,  Douglas Girl Inspires"

Published on December 1, 2016

Published on December 1, 2016

It is probably safe to say many 7-year-olds aren’t writing stories in their free time, especially in the current technology age where books are often swapped for iPads. But 7-year-old Emily Bastien of Douglas is already a published young author hoping to inspire people — young and old — to find their own voice.

Published on November 24, 2016

Worcester Magazine: "Published Author at 7,  Douglas Girl Inspires"

Published on December 1, 2016

Published on December 1, 2016

It is probably safe to say many 7-year-olds aren’t writing stories in their free time, especially in the current technology age where books are often swapped for iPads. But 7-year-old Emily Bastien of Douglas is already a published young author hoping to inspire people — young and old — to find their own voice.

It is probably safe to say many 7-year-olds aren’t writing stories in their free time, especially in the current technology age where books are often swapped for iPads. But 7-year-old Emily Bastien of Douglas is already a published young author hoping to inspire people — young and old — to find their own voice.

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