“We are honored to include Suzanne McCauley and her children’s book Trooper at the Beverly Hills Hotel in the BoLAA family.” ~ Aurora DeRose
– Aurora DeRose
LOS ANGELES, CA, US, Nov. 22, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – Respected author Suzanne McCauley and her children’s book have been named Best of Los Angeles – “Children’s Book of the Year – 2022,” according to Aurora DeRose Award coordinator for the Best of Community. Los Angeles.
The Best of Los Angeles Award community was formed six years ago and consists of over 7,800 professional members who live and work in Southern California. It celebrates the best people, places, and things in Los Angeles with the motto, “No ads. There are no BS but the best.”
“The community’s mission is to celebrate the best of Los Angeles, and to allow community members to connect with other members who share the highest standards of quality and integrity,” De Rose said. “We are honored to include Suzanne McCauley and her children’s book Trooper at the Beverly Hills Hotel in the BoLAA family.” ~ Aurora DeRose
Beverly Hills is the setting for a wonderful story written by Suzanne McCauley and illustrated by Darlie Orbitondo. Trooper, a down-to-earth dog and his best friend, Hollywood agent Andrea Eastman, overcomes tough situations with love on his two sides. Suzanne McCauley is the author of this true story of a dog and his owner. A prolific writer of children’s, teen, and adult books and screenwriter, Suzanne fell in love with writing, theater, and film when she was just eight years old.
“Trooper at the Beverly Hills Hotel is right up there with Charlotte’s web . . . highly recommended for both dogs and people.” Oscar-winning screenwriter Marshall Brickman
“As someone who loves to read, I have to say this is a fun story for kids, their parents, and dog lovers… such a wonderful, wonderful book!” — Cindy Crawford
“This is such a wonderful story. I knew Trooper and he was an amazing animal, and Andrea was the most loving owner imaginable. This touching story will definitely touch you.” -Sylvester Stallone
Susan McCauley was born and raised on the Texas Gulf Coast, not far from Houston. She spent several years in Los Angeles, California acting, writing, and teaching at an English language college. In 2002, she moved to London to explore more professional theatre. In 2007, she was the Line Producer of the Emmy Award-nominated Civil War short film Now and Forever Yours: Letters to an Old Soldier. Her stories have been published in numerous anthologies, and her short story “The Cask” was made into an award-winning short film. Suzanne’s novels have won numerous awards and are available all over the world. You can visit Suzanne at www.sbmccauley.com
Andrea Eastman began her career in blockbuster movies when she was in her twenties and was responsible for the filming of The Godfather and Love Story, two of the most iconic films of all time.
She moved to Los Angeles where she was Senior Vice President of International Creative Management. Some of Andrea’s clients were Barbra Streisand, Sylvester Stallone, Billy Crystal, Dustin Hoffman, Kathryn Ross, Richard Gere, Christopher Plummer, Gabriel Byrne, Chevy Chase, Wes Craven, Marshall Brickman, Stockard Channing, Henry Winkler, Tony Danza, Katie Couric.
Her passion in addition to the entertainment business is animals. She is an animal activist who works with rescue groups around the world. She got Robert Redford to sign the voter’s ticket in 1998 to help pass Prop 6 and end horse slaughter in California.
Andrea and Willie Nelson received the Equine Advocates Lifetime Achievement Award for saving horses in 2021. It is the second award she has received from Equine Advocates in ten years. Andrea has been collecting money for years to save his “Premarine Pony”. Premarin is made from the urine of estrogen-bearing mares. When babies are born they are sent to be slaughtered for their meat in China and Europe.
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