To Grandmother’s House We Go With Author Ginette Ausman

New Children’s Book Explores the Secrets a Grandmother Leaves Behind for Her Family

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It makes readers believe in the pure trust, harmony and love that only young children can share with open hearts and minds.

Toronto (PRWEB) March 12, 2014

Do you remember the discoveries you made and the treasures you used to find at your grandparents’ house as a child?

In Ginette Ausman’s new children’s book, “The Well-Kept Secret,” a family unveils details they never knew about their beloved grandmother after her passing.

The kids loved visiting their grandmother to hear her incredible stories and play with her cat, Grey. She always told them to look after Grey because he knew all her secrets.

They never thought anything of it until their grandmother died and the cat disappeared. The kids go on an adventure to find the cat while the family tries to save their grandmother’s farm.

“The story makes readers travel between the reality and fantasy worlds of children,” Ausman said. “It makes readers believe in the pure trust, harmony and love that only young children can share with open hearts and minds.”

“The Well-Kept Secret”
By Ginette Ausman
ISBN: 978-1-4918-3349-0
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and AuthorHouse online bookstores

About the author

As a mother and grandmother, Ginette Ausman expresses her life experience, her belief in human nature and the need to have dreams. For her, the most important stage in life is childhood and the most important relationships are those with your family. Ausman currently resides in Cambridge, Ontario.

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