Sometimes the most unlikely of heroes are not the ones everyone else can see or hear about
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) July 04, 2012
The magic of dreams is not lost on children’s author Glenn D. Glasgow. In announcing his new book “Little Orphan Andy” (published by AuthorHouse), the writer and musician had this to say about the book’s message:
“The story teaches us that sometimes our dreams offer us a window into not only the subconscious, but also a glimpse into the future of what we cannot see in our walking life.”
Such thoughtful lessons are at the heart of “Little Orphan Andy,” which takes readers on a journey from a small town to a fantasy world where anything is possible.
Inspired by real life disasters – and the overcoming of those disasters – the book paints a tale of perseverance and faith.
“The inspiration for this book came from watching a new story about the people of New Orleans on the anniversary of Katrina and how they have transformed their lives by helping each other in ways they never thought possible,” reveals Glasgow. “Sometimes the most unlikely of heroes are not the ones everyone else can see or hear about. This book is about different people, real and imagined that assist us in coping with some of life’s more challenging dilemmas.”
About the Author
Glenn D. Glasgow lives in Orlando, Fla., and is a writer, artist and musician. “Little Orphan Andy” is the third book in his fantasy series. His other works include, “Our Market” and “Phzed.” His artwork can be seen and heard on phzed.com.
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