Thursday, February 16, 2017
How Brady & Deucey Became Buster & Lucy To Get Princess Autumn Home by J.A. Zaremski Review
“No need to mourn, forever, you’re always you, just in slightly different forms, know this to be true.” "How Brady & Deucey Became Buster & Lucy To Get Princess Autumn Home" is the tale of Brady the Boxer and Deucey the black cat – “brothers from different fur mothers” – embarking on a perilous journey through Passage Mysterious to help Princess Autumn get back home.
As told by Brady, this story for all ages gently touches on themes of family blending, love, the loss of loved ones, and – most primarily – the idea that our loved ones always come back to us, even if in different forms.
About the Author:
Born in Philadelphia and raised in Lower Bucks County, J.A. Zaremski earned a B.A. in English from Moravian College and a J.D. from Thomas M. Cooley Law School at Western Michigan University. He is the author of Buckminster’s Ball and the new children’s book, How Brady & Deucey Became Buster & Lucy To Get Princess Autumn Home. Zaremski currently resides in Ewing, NJ with his wife Elizabeth and fur-children Buster and Lucy.
How Brady & Deucey Became Buster & Lucy To Get Princess Autumn Home can be purchased from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
I received a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review- The book is typed in a way that makes it hard to read and it goes up and down, but in columns. The author packed too much in such a small story making it very clumped and confusing for younger children.
Posted by Cassandra McCann