Based on the characters who live in a bayside suburb where everyday life is happy and fun.
Cosmo is a lovable golden-haired Kelpie-Labrador who always wants to walk everywhere and experience new things. Bronte is a gray-and-white moggy cat that likes to visit her friend, Cosmo, whenever she can. She always looks for new things to do, and in this story, she finds out about a real secret that nobody is supposed to know. So she convinces Cosmo to help her find out what the secret is at St. Mary’s.
Of course, they get into all sorts of trouble as they go from place to place and meet lots of different and interesting people.
Gino lives in Altona Meadows, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. He is married to Grace, and they have three children and six grandchildren. He spent twenty-six years in corporate management in the field of sales and marketing until in 1998. He decided to retire from this and concentrate more on community-based activities. He was inducted into the office of Justice of the Peace by His Excellency, the Governor in Council, in 1999; and a few years later, he was appointed a civil celebrant by the federal attorney general.
This book is AWESOME
It Is So great for Children
I So recommend this Good Book
I've read this book to my 3 children aged 4-10 and they all loved it. The characters are all so loveable. The story tells of how they come together to find out about the secret. teamwork is important as they go about their journey. My children each now have a favourite character from the book. Cosmo and Bronte really are adorable. All children should be given the opportunity to either read this story or have it read to them.
I don't normally check out children books but this one caught my attention because of the title. I wanted to find out about the secret at this Church. The two main characters (Bronte and Cosmo) looked very charismatic and seemed determined. Beautiful book cover. All the characters in the book are colorful and have their own personality. They all want to help Bronte and Cosmo discover the secret. There is a good lesson in this book. Very enjoyable. I would have no hesitation in recommending this book to all parents of primary school age children. A must read.