Monday, May 30, 2011

Local Author offers unique Ice Cream Flavor in book



Laredo, TX (PRWEB) May 27, 2011
Author G. O. Martinez indulges young readers with a delightful treat in the pages of this interestingly written and illustrated picture book. In Count von Ice de la Cream and the Golden Ice Cream, the author takes readers into a faraway kingdom where they will enjoy a taste of some special ice cream.

Once upon a time in the faraway kingdom of Rumalia, King Gustav rules the land. He has a happy daughter, Clarisse, who is loved by everyone especially her father. She has the prettiest hair—long, golden hair that sparkles like diamonds—in the entire kingdom. So many people, and bottles of shampoo and conditioner, help in keeping her hair beautifully golden. The King has decreed it to be a treasure in the kingdom.

When the King and Clarisse ride into town, they always stop by Le Grand Ice Creamery on their way home to buy and eat some delicious ice cream created by the legendary ice cream maker, Count von Ice de la Cream. While Clarisse was deciding which flavor to get, the Count steps out of the kitchen and sees her. Her radiantly beautiful, shiny, and delicious—yes, delicious—golden hair has piqued a new, extraordinary idea for his next ice cream flavor.

Readers will find out what the Count concocts as they leaf through the pages of this charming picture book. “I hope you enjoy reading this story to your children as much as I did. And I hope they enjoy it as much as my children,” wishes the author.

About the author and illustrator
Gerardo O. Martinez was born in Brownsville, Texas. He attended various schools in Mexico and the United States before graduating from The University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. His career work has taken him into general contracting, engineering consulting, and property management. He writes children stories in his spare time. He currently resides in Laredo, Texas, with his wife and children.
Maria M. Barron was born in Tecate, Baja California, Mexico. She moved to Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico, at a young age where she began her lifelong carrier in art. She currently lives in Brownsville, Texas, where she is an active member of Brownsville’s art community. She specializes in ceramic and acrylic paintings.

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