The 10,000 Adventures of Minnesota Dan

Oceania, Here I Come: Exploring Aboriginal Spirituality

by H. R. Maly Illustrated by Katherine Rosser, Cover design or artwork by Charles Stratmann

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 22/02/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 46
ISBN : 9781982263508
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 46
ISBN : 9781982263515

About the Book

Join a true Minnesota kid who loves adventure and the outdoor life. In Oceania, Here I Come: Exploring Aboriginal Spirituality, number eleven in the book series, Dan travels far from home. With his family, he meets fascinating people from a culture that seems similar to his own in some ways, but then again, it’s different. Dan never thought he’d go to Oceania and witness firsthand the culture and environment of Australia and New Zealand. He meets the Blythe family, who graciously host Dan’s family during their stay. Dan also makes friends with two teenagers from an Aboriginal family, which gives Dan the opportunity to explore their culture and the mystical Aboriginal spirituality. It is a wonderful story filled with the rich, fascinating history of Australia and New Zealand.

About the Author

H. R. “Hank” Maly’s career spans over forty years as a teacher, university administrator, and development consultant. He was a vice president of advancement at several institutions, such as Manhattan College (NY), Sacred Heart University (CT), and Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. He is the former president of Maly Executive Search, a firm providing executive-level placement in higher education and healthcare. He was the chief development officer at the Bermuda Biological Station for Research. He was a professional baseball player with the Cincinnati Reds and Minnesota Twins organizations. He is the author of eleven books written specifically for children who experience cancer in their lives. He also wrote A Blade of Grass, a personal account of a parent losing a child and the journey of transcending loss and grief. Hank and his wife, Dr. Maggie Cabral-Maly, live in Florida and have five grown children and eight grandchildren.