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Angelia Richhart & Amber Richhart co- author a poetry book named “The Essence of a Pearl”

The Essence of a Pearl
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Amber Richhart and Angelia Richhart are twin sisters who are highly accomplished authors who have made significant contributions to the world of literature with their publications. Their collaboration in the book titled “The Essence of a Pearl” is an impressive demonstration of their capability to produce poetry mixed with astonishing art, that has an emotional effect and a deeper meaning to all who read it.

“The Essence of a Pearl,” is divided into five chapters, “Love Letters,” “Life’s Essence,” “Heartbreaking Moments,” “Untold truths,” and a “Healing Heart.” Each chapter is separated with an illustration representing the chapters contents within. The chapter “Love letters,” is a collection of gentle, and loving poems, while the chapter titled “Life’s Essence,” has poems that surround the details of nature, flowers, and life. The Third chapter titled “Heartbreaking Moments,” is poems based on grief, loss, and despair. While the chapter named “Untold Truths,” is poems that entail humanity’s morals and knowledge we all seek. The final and fifth chapter titled, “A Healing Heart,” is poetic words based on healing.   

“The Essence of a Pearl,” is modern poetry that has one hundred and sixty-six poems and over eight thousand words. “The Essence of a Pearl,” ISBN is #9798201589295 and was published by the “Lay Family.” This book can be purchased at major online retailers such as Barnes and Nobel, Walmart, Apple Books, Scribd, Fnac, Booktopia, and Google Books.

“The Essence of a Pearl,” is available at the following Indiana libraries – Hamilton East Public Library, HEPL Fishers Library, HEPL Noblesville Library, and the Anderson Public Library/ Lapel Branch Library.

This book is also available at the following New York and Pennsylvania Libraries – Mercer County Library System, Hopewell Branch, Ewing Branch, Hollowbrook Branch, and the Lawrence Branch, Mercer.

Angelia Richhart is from Indiana and has also made significant contributions to the art world that has amassed her worldwide recognition. Angelia Richhhart has studied at Harvard and Yale University and many of her illustrations have been featured in several books. In addition, Angelia Richhart’s artistic endeavors such as modeling, poetry and becoming a published author of multiple books have also inspired many and gained her fans and fame across the world. Angelia Richhart’s modeling career has also gained popularity, as her participation in the Miss Indiana USA Pageant has earned her widespread recognition. Some of Angelia Richhart’s most notable books include: “The Essence of a Pearl,” ‘Poetic Colors,” and “The Sugar Orchard.” These books focus on the genre of poetry with beautifully drawn illustrations. Angelia Richhart’s poetry focuses on nature, love, and life. Angelia Richhart is also a well-rounded author, artist and model that is creating the next idealization of what poetry and art should be in today’s world.

Amber Richhart is also from Indiana and her work in the scientific field has been highly praised. Amber Richhart studied at Harvard and Yale University, and her contributions to the field of microbiology have earned her worldwide recognition. In addition, Amber Richhart’s artistic endeavors such as poetry, modeling and becoming a published author of multiple books have also gained her fame, and fans across the globe and has widely inspired many. Some of Amber Richhart’s most notable books include: “The Sugar Orchard,” “The Essence of a Pearl,” and “Poetic Colors,” These books focus on the genre of poetry with beautifully drawn illustrations. Amber Richhart’s poetry focuses on nature, love, and hope. Amber Richhart is a well-rounded author, artist and model that is creating the next generation of meaningful art in today’s society.

Angelia Richhart and Amber Richhart cane be followed on their Insta handles: @angeliarichhart and @amberrichhart 

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