CALDWELL, Idaho (PRWEB) February 20, 2018
John Lane, a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints who has served in a two-year mission at Hawaii, has completed his new book “The Carrier Pigeon”: a fascinating story about the hens who did not hesitate to defend a young pigeon named Lucky against Ole Charlie, the self-proclaimed king of the barnyard, as well as Alex who helps this creature recover from an accident.
Author Lane narrates how the hens have saved Lucky from danger: “The hens lost all patience and attacked Ole Charlie. Ole Charlie flapped his wings faster and faster, but he was too heavy to take flight. He tripped over his big feet and rolled end over end. The hens began to laugh. Ole Charlie hung his head and hid behind the haystack. The hens knew they had to help a little homing pigeon, or he would end up a meal for a cat or another predator. As they pondered the situation, they heard Alex’s school bus. The problem was solved. Alex would be able to help him. As Alex got off the school bus, the hens ran toward him, clucking at the top of their voices. Alex wondered why the hens were acting this way. The hens led Alex to little homing pigeon. He picked him up in his loving hands and stroked him on the top of his head. The pigeon began to feel safe in Alex’s hands. He knew Alex would be able to help him.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, John Lane’s new book is a compelling story on how Lucky the homing pigeon, Ole Charlie, the hens, and Alex have found a lasting friendship in each other. Helping one of God’s creatures truly is a fulfilling and rewarding thing to do.
Readers who wish to experience this touching work can purchase “The Carrier Pigeon” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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