Education is important to Moldenhauer. He frequently tells his children bedtime stories and welcomes them to spin a globe, locating a spot in the world about which he tells a story.
Burleson, Texas (PRWEB) March 12, 2015
Author Edward Moldenhauer kicked off his Spin the Globe series with an educational voyage to the Australian Outback in the 2014 book “Spin the Globe: The Incredible Adventures of Frederick von Wigglebottom: Dreamtime in Alice Springs” (published by Trafford Publishing).
This year, Moldenhauer’s book is being promoted by way of a print advertisement in the worldwide media distributor Ingram’s monthly flagship industry catalog, Advance. Advance is a comprehensive trade catalog featuring hardcover, paperback, audiobook and mass market titles with purchase details for its recipients. Moldenhauer’s “Dreamtime in Alice Springs” title appears in the January-February edition of Advance.
Education is important to Moldenhauer. He frequently tells his children bedtime stories and welcomes them to spin a globe, locating a spot in the world about which he tells a story. These stories come to life in his new Spin the Globe series, which has grown to four volumes since its inception.
The first title in the series teaches young readers about topics such as Aboriginal culture, paintings, traditions and history. Frederick von Wigglebottom acts as the story’s guide, along with an Arrernte tribe member named George, and Madeline, the daughter of a European historian.
“Australia has always intrigued me, and I think it does many people,” Moldenhauer says. “However, I did want to select an area that truly juxtaposed and had the interaction of two separate cultures – that of the Aboriginal people and those transplanted from Europe.”
“Spin the Globe: The Incredible Adventures of Frederick von Wigglebottom”
By Edward Moldenhauer
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5 in | 36 pages | ISBN 9781490731957
E-Book | 36 pages | ISBN 9781490731940
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Edward Moldenhauer is a retired Navy pharmacist and military intelligence analyst. Although he is published in several professional journals and primary author of “The History of Pharmacy in the United States Navy,” his true passion is honing his array of “Ed’s Useless Trivia.” He now lives in Burleson, Texas, with his wife, Jo Ann, children and two dogs. Readers can enjoy his other three installments of his Spin the Globe series, featuring adventures in Norway, Peru and Belize.
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