MERRILLVILLE, Ind. (PRWEB) March 16, 2017
Being a fan of history, Adrian Martin chose to write a story set in the 19th century, one of his favorite periods in history. In “The Heart of Rosy” (published by AuthorHouse), Martin pens a juvenile fiction book that teaches the importance of kindness, love, bravery and individual worth. These are crucial issues in the development of children growing up in modern society.
Set in a fictitious, island country called Morland, this story follows a young woman named Rosy, who must cope with a civil war breaking out in her small, island country and a bed-ridden mother. Rosy finds courage to lend a hand and help the wounded during the war.
Martin wants his readers to feel deep down that they too can make a difference individually. This book reflects the important values Martin learned growing up as a child. “The Heart of Rosy” focuses on a seemingly insignificant, young woman who has little to speak of, but she has a big heart.
“Her life is a teaching tool for children to learn positive traits,” the author describes his book. While the story is fictitious, Rosy’s character was inspired by Florence Nightingale and Clara Barton. “She has a heart for nursing the wild animals and the injured soldiers. Rosy’s acts of love, kindness and courage save her country from self-destructing.”
“The Heart of Rosy”
By Adrian Martin
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5in | 46 pages | ISBN 9781524647919
E-Book | 46 pages | ISBN 9781524647926
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Since he was a child, Adrian Martin loved writing and art and hoped to one day be an author. He has always enjoyed helping and teaching people. He hopes his book will hopefully make a small but positive impact on t. The author has lived in different states from coast to coast, but he returned living in Indiana, where he was born. Martin enjoys the simple things of life and hopes to be able to write full-time one day.
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