Author A. Ziggy Book Interweaves the Golden Rule in Latest Tale Based on Farm Animals

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New Book is the Second in a Engaging Series of Children’s Farm Stories

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Author A. Ziggy Book has shown young readers what farm life is like through colorful characters that she has introduced in Little Farm Mouse and The Hen House. In her third picture book, she lets them meet another unforgettable character, Eddy the Red Rooster.

Eddy the Red Rooster has both a red hot temper and a bad attitude. He always wants to be in control and the centre of the universe. Parading about the farm, he is always on guard, watching out for who he can chase next. Everyone is scared of Eddy the Red Rooster, except Farmer John. Eddy somewhat respects Farmer John, yet he would chase Farmer John's wife. Eddy is too smart for everyone, or so he thinks. One day he goes too far and Farmer John finally decides that enough is enough. He decides to teach the proud rooster a lesson he would never forget. Will Eddy learn to eat humble pie and change for the better?

Complemented with vividly colored illustrations, the story of Eddy the Red Rooster will teach young readers about the importance of treating other people well. It reiterates the golden rule: “One should not treat others in ways that one would not like to be treated.”

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About the Author
Being a farmwife for most of her life, A. Ziggy Book enjoys writing stories based on farm animals and experiences she had on the farm. Now retired, she fills her time writing children’s farm stories and participating as an active member of the local writers club. Book has always loved writing for children. She currently resides with her husband in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.

Eddy the Red Rooster * by A. Ziggy Book
Publication Date: 10/9/2012
Picture Book; $15.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4797-2741-4
Picture Book Hardcover; $3.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4797-2742-1

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