Anthony Donnelly is a British author who is passionate about world peace and the topic of homelessness, having experienced homelessness himself.
His books include such titles as: The Cockroach Chronicles: Exploring Human Discrimination From the Viewpoint of a Cockroach; When the Trees Held Their Breath; Eric, the Brick; WHY DO i CARE?; Dear Dad: The Letters Home; When The Rainbow Smiled; The Shepherd: A Modern Day Parable for Leading a Genuine Life; My First Goal-Setting Book: How To Effectively Set & Achieve Your Life Goals
Aimee Mooney and Grace Mooney, two second-year students from St Dominic’s College, illustrated Anthony’s latest book, Charlie, The Migrating Snail: Book One – The Journey Begins. The book tells the story of a young, curious and naive snail who is bullied for being small and asking questions.
In this podcast Aimee’s mum, Lisa, talks about this fascinating collaboration between Anthony and the girls.
Charlie, The Migrating Snail: Book One – The Journey Begins is available for sale on Amazon. You can also contact Lisa Mooney on 086-039 0618 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase it.
You can meet Anthony, Lisa and the girls at the launch of the book at 2 pm on Saturday, 4th May 2019 in the Civic Centre, Ballyfermot. The event is a fundraiser for Dublin based charity, Inner City Helping Homeless