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May 12, 2022

Featured Book: “Bunky and the Walms: The Christmas Story” by Aleksandra Tryniecka

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Book Details

  • Title: Bunky and the Walms: The Christmas Story
  • Author: Aleksandra Tryniecka
  • Genre: Fiction (Children’s Christmas Book)
  • Theme: Christmas, the quest of the main character, magic, loyalty, nobility, courage, goodness, dreams, writing, literary world
  • Publication Date: 8 October 2021 by Resource Publications
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1666718653
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1666718652

Synopsis

A slightly grumpy yet loving and noble Bunky will have to save this year’s Christmas and embark on the quest into his own heart! Do dreams and wishes come true? Is Christmas magical? Finally, what does it take to be a writer, and is our reality connected with the literary world? The readers will find out in the story! “Bunky and the Walms” is a novel for readers of all ages who feel young at heart. It is an invitation to travel with Bunky for almost 200 pages and find out that, being a hero in our everyday ordinary life is the greatest challenge!

About the Author

Aleksandra Tryniecka is an Assistant Professor at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Poland. In her free time, she writes poetry and stories in order to accommodate her life with the right words. She enjoys nineteenth-century British literature, especially everything written by Anthony Trollope and Wilkie Collins. One of her favorite literary characters is the Cheshire Cat. Without a doubt, Bunky is also on that list!

AT, 11 December 2021

Note: The above write-up was provided by the author or publisher.

  • Listing ID: 7518

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As a caterpillar goes out of its dark cocoon, grows its wings, and flies high up in the sky, I acknowledge my role in the entire process of the written word's metamorphosis through The Chrysalis BREW Project. I believe that beauty and goodness exist in everything and everyone - may we let that emerge and shine in each word we read, concoct, write, or share.

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