Fables Share Christian Family Values, Life Lessons through a Flock of Crows’ Eyes

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Beverlyn Trimble’s new book tells the story of ‘The Crows of Bosville, USA’.

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Author Beverlyn Trimble remembers the strong values and beliefs her parents instilled upon her, namely the foundation of unconditional love and faith in her God, which she then applied when she herself became a parent. With her new book, she conveys these values, sharing the tale of “The Crows of Bosville, USA” and using storytelling to celebrate family love and unity.

In her tale, Trimble portrays the lives of the titular family of crows and shows how their spiritual foundation helps them overcome the challenges and trials they face in their everyday existence. By telling this story to their children, parents can bond with them while passing on priceless values that will shape their hearts and minds, whereas the children will begin to understand the meaning of being kind, gentle and forgiving. Most of all, Trimble’s work is steeped in the theme of everyone – people and crows – appreciating one another for their differences, no matter the race or culture.

“The Crows of Bosville, USA” is not only a book, but an exercise in helping readers attain personal growth through the Christian family values the author has embedded in the narrative. It is a fable steeped in spirituality, compassion and love for one’s fellow man, traits that the author wishes to cultivate in the next generation.

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About the Author
Beverlyn Denise Trimble was born and raised in Columbus, Georgia a military town. She was one of the first black females inducted into the National Honor Society while attending Columbus High School. A long-time admirer of Mary McCleod Bethune, it was always her dream to attend Bethune’s school, Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona Beach, Florida. While there, she sang soprano as a member of the Bethune-Cookman Concert Chorale under the directorship of Dr. Rebecca Steele. She received her MBA from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, the Notorious Vettes of Atlanta, and is a sponsor of Child Fund International. She is the proud mother of two sons (Darrell Burston and BJ Trimble) and an amazing daughter-in-law (Alda Burston). She lives in Fayetteville, Georgia with her husband Bill and youngest son, BJ. This is her first novel.

The Crows of Bosville, USA * by Beverlyn Trimble
Introducing RJ
Publication Date: December 30, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 57 pages; 978-1-4931-5173-8
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 57 pages; 978-1-4931-5174-5
e-book; $XX.xx; 978-1-4931-5175-2

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