“The Little Organ of Resnik” by Donna McClure has been released worldwide. This imaginative children’s book tells the story of a forgotten little church organ in the small village of Resnik, Croatia who yearns to be played again. Young readers will climb into the old choir loft with Aleksandar and Dragutin for the long-awaited, surprise visit and will delight in the moment when at long last, the Little Organ of Resnik sings again.
The Little Organ of Resnik (ISBN: 9781735818665) can be purchased through retailers worldwide, including barnesandnoble.com and Amazon. The hardcover retails for $16.99. Wholesale orders are available through Ingram.
From the back cover:
Donna McClure’s love for genealogy, the arts, and her family, served as the catalyst for this imaginative and instructional children’s story. The seeds for the story began to sprout during the author’s visit to her family’s ancestral village in Croatia. The characters are real. The organ exists.
The Little Organ of Resnik is a tender story of a dilapidated pipe organ that comes to life. Old friends, Aleksandar and Dragutin, return after a one hundred year hiatus to lift the little organ’s spirits.
This story is the result of one thing leading to another: a genealogy hobby which led to new friendships, reconnections with family members, and finally, exciting sleuthing in Croatia. Nothing would have been possible without the help of cousins, Jackie and Braco, who endured months of endless questioning, searched for missing family records and translated pages upon pages of Croatian text.
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