by Arthur O. Gallo
Griffin Strong introduces us to a young and precocious eight-year-old boy in the year 1938.
Kevins grandfather, the owner of an opera company, has taught him the art of conducting an orchestra and chorus in George Gershwins Summer Time. A month before opening night, Kevin develops appendicitis and is taken to the hospital for an emergency operation. The opening night is postponed - a disappointment for Kevin.
Will Kevin recover and join Grandfather George in a plan for the opening night concert?
About the Author:
Arthur O. Gallo was a sergeant during WWII, from 1942-45. He attended Loyola University, Chicago, from 1952-53. Arthur also attended the Diploma Extension Course Institute in 1966 and Long Ridge Writers Group: Breaking Into Print in 2010.
(2016, Paperback, 30 pages)