Available July 14 on Amazon.com
Well-known and respected theatre reviewer/journalist Don Grigware (GrigwareTalksTheatre.com and Los Angeles Senior Editor for BroadwayWorld.com) is soon to release the sequel to Two Worlds Together, Donnelly’s Greatest Christmas, which debuted on Amazon.com last December.
The title of the sequel is Two Worlds Together: Donnelly’s Greatest Christmas Books II & III, which concludes the story introduced in the first volume. Books II & III are together in one volume and include colorful illustrations by local artist Laurie Morgan. Both this volume and the previous one are available in paperback and on Kindle.
The story follows the escapades of a male blonde Cocker Spaniel named Donnelly who has served for many years as the mascot to Santa Claus’ reindeer. After he dies and goes to heaven, God makes him an angel and sends him back to the North Pole to continue to serve, in the best way he knows how, the needs of all the creatures at the North Pole.
In Books II and III, we welcome back Donnelly and his friends Syllie, the cute stable mouse and lazy Jake the Ox, and introduce for the first time a bevy of creatures from the new land called the Holy Oak. Calvin, ex-mayor/governor and his sheriff Mitus, otters Emmett and Godfrey, adorable little bunny rabbit Oopsie and raccoon oderiferous Phanny Pharkus all fear for their lives as terrorist Vinnemous T. Wolf continues his rampage.
The crux of the story is how Donnelly helps Calvin bring justice to Holy Oak and joy to all of the creatures there through nonviolent measures and gives them the opportunity to celebrate Christmas for the very first time.
Two Worlds Together, Donnelly’s Greatest Christmas Books II & III is a two-volume set that will please children of every age. Christmas is next month and the books make great presents.
Grigware graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with two Masters Degrees, one in Education and the other in Bilingual Studies.
To purchase the book visit Amazon.com.