Fulton Books author Giuseppe Di Loreto, a retired educator who holds a master’s degree in French language and literature, a doting grandpa, a passionate storyteller, has completed his most recent book “Fun with Grandpa”: an insightful read that compares and contrasts the two periods of life where patience and consideration are very much needed: childhood and old age. In this delightful read, the author incorporated stories that are both informative and entertaining. The words are printed in large characters for the benefit of the grandparents who have already lost their keen vision. Moreover, the tales found within the pages are sprinkled with a good amount of fun to humor the kids and the oldies.
Di Loreto shares, “I would like to celebrate the two periods of our lives in which we are most vulnerable: childhood and old age: the first, rich of curiosity and hope; and the second, rich in experience and wisdom. I would like to plead from the civilized world more consideration and more patience toward our children and our seniors. And most of all, we should demand from our legislators more severe and public punishment for those who abuse them psychologically and physically in schools, churches, and nursing homes.
I would cut the hand that hits a child or an elderly person.
We should, on the contrary, find ways to improve conditions of their arrival in this world and the season of their farewell. A society is judged by what it does for its kids, its grandparents, and its prisoners.”
Published by Fulton Books, Giuseppe Di Loreto’s book is a purposeful piece that does not only seek to lighten up the spirits of the seniors; but to as well encourage everyone to handle them with extra care.
The author has drawn the similarity between little kids and the grannies; and through this book, he demands the legislators to implement a severe punishment for those who tramples their right as human beings.
Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase “Fun with Grandpa” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books