“Dakota’s Window” is 38 pages and Infield said it is a good book for children. She would like to make it available at the Henry Waldinger Memorial Library, and also in the libraries of local elementary schools.
Now that her book has been published, she plans to begin marketing it and wants to work with some animal rescue groups to promote the story.
Infield has lived in Valley Stream for 17 years. She grew up in Lynbrook and holds a degree in Spanish from the University of South Florida. Her husband is president of Friends of the Valley Stream Dog Park.
At 55, Infield said publishing her first book is a dream come true. “It’s something I always wanted to do in my life,” she said, “so it’s a sense of accomplishment.”
“Dakota’s Window” is available through Summerland Publishing, and is also at Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com.