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New Release "Narla and the Hidden Treasure" by Lisa Domeny

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New Release "Narla and the Hidden Treasure" by Lisa Domeny

  1. 1. New Release "Narla and the Hidden Treasure" by Lisa Domeny The second in the series of heartwarming children's books inspiring a new generation Jul 1, 2015 - Following the award winning first book in the Team Golden Oldies series, Lisa Domeny has launched her second children's book Narla and the Hidden Treasure. Lisa Domeny's first children's book, Winnie and the Red Winniebago won the Pacific Book Awards - Children's Picture Book for 2015 for its originality, quality, innovation and creativity. In keeping with Team Golden Oldies dedication to providing valuable life lessons while entertaining young readers, Narla and the Hidden Treasure is the tale of Narla, a senior rescue dog that learns self-confidence and that true beauty comes from within. This heart warming story is told through the eyes of Golden Retriever Narla, and although aimed at 3-5 year olds, is enjoyable to read at any age. All profits from Narla and the Hidden Treasure and other books in the Team Golden Oldies series are donated to dog rescue organisations. Since the first book's release in March 2015 royalties of over $1,000 has already been donated. Narla and the Hidden Treasure is available from the Team Golden Oldies Store at www.teamgoldenoldies.com, and can also be purchased from Amazon and popular retailers. About the Author Lisa Domeny is the author of the award winning children's book Winnie and the Red Winniebago. She lives in Australia and founded Team Golden Oldies, a group dedicated to adopting senior dogs and giving them a safe and loving forever home to see out their days. Lisa started her love affair with senior dogs while fostering 13 year old Maggie. Although she only had Maggie for 9 months, the joy of watching her enjoying life was immeasurable. It is Lisa's hope that the Team Golden Oldies will encourage people to adopt senior dogs.

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