The message of the story is fun and understanding. Children will get a sense of what can be achieved if one really tries hard and if one asks for help.
Altona Meadows, Australia (PRWEB) November 04, 2013
After working in the corporate world for 26 years and moving to community-based work, Gino Gammaldi began writing “The Secret at St. Mary’s: An Adventure with Cosmo the Dog and Bronte the Cat” (published by Trafford Publishing).
“The Secret at St. Mary’s” is a mystery based on animal characters that live in a bayside suburb where everyday life is happy and fun. Cosmo is a lovable golden-haired Kelpie-Labrador who is always excited to experience new things. Bronte is a gray-and-white moggy cat who likes to visit her friend, Cosmo, whenever she can.
Being curious by nature, Bronte learns of a secret at St. Mary’s church, and convinces Cosmo to help her discover where the secret will take them. Of course, it’s the misadventures that drive the story along.
“There is intrigue and mystery in a fun way that will engage the imagination of young children,” says Gammaldi. “The message of the story is fun and understanding. Children will get a sense of what can be achieved if one really tries hard and if one asks for help.”
“The Secret at St. Mary’s”
By Gino Gammaldi
Softcover | 8.5 x 11 in | 28 pages | ISBN 9781425117665
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Gino lives in Altona Meadows, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. He is married with three children and six grandchildren. He spent 26 years in corporate management in the field of sales and marketing until in 1998, he decided to retire from this and concentrate more on community-based activities. He was inducted into the office of Justice of the Peace by His Excellency, the Governor in Council, in 1999; and a few years later, he was appointed a civil celebrant by the federal attorney general.
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