Frankie Goes Home
It is 1863. With his friends, Frankie boards a ship to return home from a sailing trip. A storm interrupts their journey, and they are stranded on a deserted island and have to find a way to survive.
Pirates attack their newly built ship, and they are captured and sold as slaves. They learn to accept what they can't change and appreciate what they take for granted.
Despite the hardship of working as slaves, they learn valuable lessons and are rewarded in the end with freedom.
From humble beginnings to a heroic end, they return home stronger and wiser than before.
Working on supporting families with special needs children and children caught in Domestic Violence, I can see how this children's book supports and benefits. There are many families, especially children struggling through family breakup trauma. While empathic, this book is positive, and the storyline can be the spiritual support they need.
Since being a carer for our daughter with complex medical needs, I have been made more aware of the emotional and physical strain parents of special needs kids endure. This children's book's financial assistance will make a big difference.
I recommend this book to all children.
-Major Dianne Gluyas, Pastor at Salvation Army Calamvale, Australia.
About the author:
As a young child, Sanet would conjure up stories, share them with anyone who would listen. Growing up, she has taken the time to refine her storytelling and writing abilities and its potency in storytelling.
Sanet studied in South Africa and New Zealand. Her current movie is in pre-production, and her future plans include a television drama from one of her published books.
Sanet enjoys writing suspense, romance, and children's stories.