A new adventure about Zena and her Mates
If one launch is good, then three launches are better!
The launch at Williamstown’s ‘Titanic Entertainments’ was
BIGGER THAN BEN HUR!
About 75 students from Williamstown Primary School and St. Mary’s were ushered into the ship’s elevator by Captain Andrew Singer and ‘descended’ to the boiler room and Steerage (Third Class) accommodation.
‘Pretty scary!’ and ‘That was ace!’
were some of the comments.
They were entertained by a DVD (available from the seapics web site) of underwater scenes in Port Phillip Bay and told all about diving by David Bryant of ‘Seapics’.
Photo courtesy Corangamite Extra
The author, Gillian M. Wadds, spoke about writing the novel and read a couple of exciting excerpts – leaving her listeners wanting to find out more.
David and the DVD were also at the Altona Library launch with some beautiful underwater photographs as well.
Gillian and David at Altona Library
Two lucky students, Adam and Raine, each won a copy of the book.
A week later we had a final launch in Camperdown with Natasha Johnson, a Parks Victoria Ranger from Port Campbell, who brought lots of posters and give-aways for the students.
Michael and Gloria – book winners at Camperdown.