Frederick (Rick) Alimonti is a lawyer living in Armonk, New York. The Fix-It Shop is his third published work. Rick is married with three children and his been writing since College, where he was active in various literary magazines. Rick’s other publications address such issues as “stranger danger” and the value of diversity.
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Enter to win one of twenty five copies of The Fix-It Shop, by Frederick Alimonti, where kids learn about being perfect without being flawless. This book was written to leave readers smiling, believing in themselves and small miracles. Giveaway begins October 18, 2011, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends November 16, 2011, at 11:59 P.M. PST.
Kids Learn About Being Perfect Without Being Flawless
Newly released book leaves you smiling, believing in yourself, and maybe even believing in small miracles
(ARMONK, NEW YORK) – Author Frederick Alimonti has just released his newest, thought-provoking children’s book The Fix-It Shop: A Story of Music, Magic, a Baseball Bat, and a Toaster.
Alimonti has a gift for children’s lit, weaving relatable characters, and a necessary element of fantasy, with modern life lessons designed to encourage discussions about the people and the world around them.