Gregory Ross’ First Book "The Counting Rooster" Is a Colorful and Enthusiastic Tale of Friendship and Perseverance

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New book “The Counting Rooster” from Page Publishing author Gregory Ross is a spirited children’s story about a boy named Billy and his rooster, Henry, as they try to save their beloved farm.

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Gregory Ross, a consultant and former member of the US Army, has completed his first book “The Counting Rooster”: a gripping and potent tale of companionship and overcoming obstacles together.

When asked about the message of his book, Ross said, “When friends and loved ones come together for an important cause, a team striving for the same result can win. Billy is fun and exciting. Henry, a crazy and enthusiastic rooster, leads a fantastic cast of characters with their own quirky personalities and great imaginations on the quest of their life.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Gregory Ross’ poignant tale reminds the reader that anything is possible with teamwork and ingenuity. This engaging story is sure to teach and entertain. It is the kind of children’s story that will be picked up again and again.

When Billy’s farm in Quail’s Creek, Iowa, was in danger of foreclosure, Henry, the red-tailed counting rooster, came up with a brilliant idea to help Billy save their home. Together with their animal friends, Henry and Billy enthusiastically led the planning on their conquest of protecting the farm. What could Billy and Henry’s blueprint for victory be? Read on and find out how Billy and his fantastic rooster save the day.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “The Counting Rooster” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing

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