Filled with moral lessons that little ones can apply in their lives as early as now, this vividly illustrated book is a must have in every shelf at home or in school
SUN CITY, Calif. (PRWEB) November 04, 2014
The ‘tick’ to write about a mockingbird started the journey of poet and author George Weber in weaving the story that sees “Lyle Lizard, Carlton Cricket and Marvin Mockingbird in Questionable Justice” (published by Xlibris). A read intended for children, this delightful tale highlights the importance of friendship and forgiveness.
One day, three friends, Lyle Lizard, Carlton Cricket and Marvin Mockingbird find themselves inside a courthouse after a dissension between them. After a thorough investigation, realizations and apologies, the three lifelong friends were able to salvage their relationship.
By letting different animals bond over a special friendship, Weber is able to show little ones that friendship transcends appearance and social status in life. In pitting them against each other by causing a stir and ending it with forgiveness, he shows how important it is to swallow pride and salvage a great relationship by saying sorry.
Filled with moral lessons that little ones can apply in their lives as early as now, this vividly illustrated book is a must have in every shelf at home or in school.
“Lyle Lizard, Carlton Cricket and Marvin Mockingbird in Questionable Justice”
By George Weber
Hardcover | 8.5 x 11in | 40 pages | ISBN 9781499055207
Softcover | 8.5 x 11in | 40 pages | ISBN 9781499055191
E-Book | 40 pages | ISBN 9781499055214
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
George Weber was born in Chicago in October 26, 1927. He and his first wife had eight children. He started writing when his first wife became ill and he joined poetry clubs where they read and discussed their poems. His wife passed away on December 26, 1997. He remarried four years later.
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