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Mary Ann Concilio Inspires Kids Who Were Misunderstood and Rejected in Her New Book


“Tommy, The Talking Christmas Tree” is the children’s first look at the real world, that it could be harsh and difficult, but to overcome these, one has to find one’s strength and use that in championing the world.
“Tommy, The Talking Christmas Tree” is not only entertaining, thrilling, and would make anyone read it at first glance, it is also mission-driven. It is highly influenced by the author’s nephew whose condition urged her to fight for those who were misunderstood and rejected because they were different. The author’s happiness and self-actualization to become a “role-model and confidante of children in need of guidance” made this book a masterpiece. 
In this book, the children who are misunderstood and rejected can truly identify with Tommy, the main character, and would find hope for themselves with the story’s beautiful ending. This is helpful especially in the developmental stages of the child’s life. 
Mary Ann Concilio was already a woman who had received several reputable awards. She knew what it really takes to be successful; and the way one looks is definitely not a primary factor, as in the case of the Tommy in her book. This book is primarily intended for children of all ages. It is interesting to note that even teens and adults who might have lost vision of the world may find strength and inspiration in this story. This book truly is worth as a precious gift!
Book copies are available at Amazon and other online book retailers.
Tommy, The Talking Christmas Tree
Written by – Mary Ann Concilio
Published by BookBaby
Published date: September 1, 2018
Kindle Price: $5.99
About the Author
A renaissance woman in every sense of the word, Mary Ann Concilio embarked upon her creative journey at an early age. As a marketing rep for McCann Erickson, she assisted producers in the development of commercials for television programs such as A Charlie Brown Christmas. She enjoys charcoal sketching and photography, and Guild Hall in New York and Treasures and Trifles in Virginia have displayed her work. She was first published in the Hampton Press in New York, with the display of her unique presentation “The American Flag” for the July 4th celebration. Receiving an award for her “Winter Scene” at the Nature Center in New York, she also read at The Yonkers Library for young children. This inspired her to write about “Tommy the Talking Christmas Tree,” which is loosely based on her cousin who lives with autism. She aspires to be a role model and confidante to those children who are challenged and in need of guidance.
“No matter how you look outside, there is beauty within.”

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