Campbelltown, Australia (PRWEB) February 22, 2014
Imagine a simple yet sufficient and happy life in a farm, where people wake up to the soft dew, the sound of the rooster, the treat of fresh air, and the lush of the plants all around. Is it not this the kind of setting that will trigger the imagination of a little girl? Author Codyjean sets the stage of her fascinating story that will attract all curious minds, leading them to explore and discover the secrets of the “Starlight.”
In her new book, Codyjean introduces readers to Steffy, a bright young girl who admires her grandmother, treasures her Gran’s stories, and longs to have the same adventures as her grandmother’s. As they follow this little lass, they too will learn the fascinating story of Steffy’s Gran and the mysterious starlight her Gran once encountered, leading her to discover the mystery behind the waterfalls near their barn.
Informative and irrefutably entertaining, Codyjean’s new book brings out the imaginative streak of every bright and bubbly child out there. With the subtle messages about war and peace, the secret of the “Starlight” will also lead readers to an understanding that certainly war is not the way to achieving peace.
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About the Author
Codyjean spent her younger years in rural NSW where she was able to explore the hills and valleys that surrounded their home. In her village, there is always a smattering of different people some who served in wars and who had a lot of wisdom and insights to share with anyone who had the time to listen to what they had to say.
Starlight* by Codyjean
Publication Date: February 6, 2014
Picture Book; AU$34.99; 38 pages; 9781493133031
e-book; AU$4.25; 9781493133024
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