Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Press Release for Talon, on the wing

Press Release

"Talon, On the Wing" – Anticipated Sequel Helps Boost Children’s Self-Esteem

This children’s adventure is a must for parents looking for stories that inspire and boost confidence.

Gigi Sedlmayer today announced the release of Talon, On the Wing (ISBN # 9781742841731), the highly anticipated sequel featuring to Talon, come fly with me which featured the lovable character Matica, and her two condors Tamo and Tima.

As children of today face immense pressure to fit in with their peers, the author has crafted a book which aims to steer their child toward self-acceptance.

"Most children of this age group have issues with acceptance and this is explored and resolved in a positive manner within the story line of the Talon series," Sedlmayer said. "Matica shows children and teens that they can overcome great obstacles with love, patience and a selfless attitude toward helping others and experience exciting adventure on the way."

Like its predecessor,
Talon, On the Wing takes place in Peru, high up in the Andean mountains, where Matica is being accepted into the community. The locals love seeing her together with Talon and his parents, Tamo and Tima. As the characters continue to build to weave an emotional bond with the reader, the author has found creative angles to take the adventure to new heights. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

From a passage of the book: "Size is nothing. The heart is all that counts. And you have the best, softest and most caring heart I ever have encountered. Because of your heart, you survived the hardship the Indians have put you through.’ Matica smiled. ‘Thank you, Amos.’ "Lack of knowledge can do so much damage, cause so much pain." "But now they slowly understand that disability is not a sickness or whatever else they thought I have." Her eyes clouded over when she continued. ‘Well, in a way they have told me, I know. But again, it is only now because of Talon. I see.’ He could hear bitterness in her voice. ‘Do not judge them and do not let it bug you. They did not know better. I thought you knew that. We still have to learn and understand not to reject unexplained things but help that person."

Gisela Sedlmayer was born in Potsdam, a suburb of Berlin in Germany. Her family escaped to the West just before the infamous wall went up. Her and her husband arrived in New Zealand in 1975 where they lived for eighteen years, before moving to Australia. They live on the Gold Coast with two adopted daughters.

For more information, please visit www.writersportal.org/Gigi

BookPal is Australia’s leading self-publisher and book distributor. Over 1,000 titles authored by both Australian and International authors have been published by BookPal since 2006. The company is headquartered in Brisbane, Australia and will expand to Singapore, Malaysia, USA, UK, NZ and Canada over the next 6 months.

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