David Paone's published works encompass a wide range of subject matter, from a compilation of award-winning photographs, to a teen mystery novel, to his insightful autobiography.
This is the first book in a series, a young adult mystery novel in the spirit of Nancy Drew.
Minnie, a tenth-grader at Succotash Central High School, takes a journalism class, soon discovering her natural talent for investigative reporting. Her newfound talent helps her determine the real reason for an explosion at school.
The second book of the Minnie Mornap series, "The Pharaoh’s Curse," will be released next.
A photographic essay shot at a New York City Catholic school, 1982-1986.
Catholic school is a different world. Pretty much anyone who attended one can relate to these photos. Pretty much anyone who was ever a child can, too.
The book contains the entire "Keeping the Faith" essay of 48 photos, plus a bonus photo of David in his school uniform on his first day of first grade at Our Lady of Lourdes School in Malverne, New York.
David Paone's portfolio of photographs taken between 1980 and 2017.
The photographs are presented one per page with a white background, as if the viewer were looking at them on the walls in a gallery.
The book includes "Keeping the Faith," along with all of David Paone's other series.