MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) August 07, 2019
“The Adventures of the Cactus Kids and Friends: Book One: Rodeo Day”: a new children’s book that shares the colorful life of two sisters and their family and friends. “The Adventures of the Cactus Kids and Friends: Book One: Rodeo Day” is the creation of published author, Janis Blackwell, an educator for thirty-three years, and a loving mother.
Blackwell shares, “The Adventures of the Cactus Kids: Rodeo Day tells the exciting story of two sisters who live on a ranch in Texas with their parents, ponies, and dog, Buster. The girls have looked forward for a whole year to the annual junior rodeo in a nearby town, but things take a sad turn when Dusty Rae’s pony, Harley, gets a thorn in his hoof and cannot go. Dusty’s sister, Jamie Kay, offers to let Dusty share her pony, Scout. They will both use Scout in the rodeo. So, the family is off to a day of fun and adventure as the girls compete in the rodeo to win prizes in events like the ‘wild wool riding,’ ‘goat ribbon pull,’ ‘pole bending,’ and more. Saddle up, and join the fun as the girls race through the events and learn some things are even more important than winning.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Janis Blackwell’s new book conveys a vivid and heartfelt narrative that reveals a love for life, family, and animals as told through the perspective of children.
This book also imparts wisdom-filled lessons that readers, especially the youth, can utilize throughout their lives. The book also demonstrates good character qualities as seen in the children in the story.
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Consumers can purchase “The Adventures of the Cactus Kids and Friends: Book One: Rodeo Day” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “The Adventures of the Cactus Kids and Friends: Book One: Rodeo Day”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.