Australia (PRWEB) April 23, 2014
Author Mary Grace spins a fascinating tale that unravels a series of events that tells why it is “A Very Dark Night.” This book is about a young boy’s love of his family and his daily duties in the farm they own.
Johnno lives on a farm with his mother, father and two older sisters. Beth was 16 and Mandy was 13. Johnno was born after Mandy. Johnno dreams of raising his beloved calf into a champion heifer at the local show. His adventure started one night. The wind howled in the tall pine trees as Johnno went to feed his pet calf. Something is in the air, a cloud of mystery threatening to be uncovered. It is something that scared Johnno. What is lurking behind the shadows? Johnno’s heart raced inside his chest. What will he find in the dark?
In this book, the author skillfully laced the story with the interesting things that take place in a farm. The main character is an industrious boy who assumes his duty with zeal and enthusiasm. His adventures are a blend of intrigue and mystery that is sure to captivate children’s imagination. Accompanied by lively illustrations and a fascinating narrative, this book also imparts an important lesson that one would not forget.
A charming read, “A Very Dark Night” highlights children’s curiosity and their innate desire to find out things that caught their attention. It gives readers an ample glimpse into the lives of those who thrive amidst the daily bustle of farm life.
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About the Author
Mary Grace grew up on a land and has raised a number of poddy calves and lambs.
A Very Dark Night * by Mary Grace
Picture Book; AU$34.99; 28 pages; 9781479754212
e-book; AU$3.99; 9781479754229
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