A fun-filled and educational picture book with vibrant illustrations depicting the adventures of a feisty yet friendly feline.
Perth, Western Australia (PRWEB) June 04, 2014
Animal lovers, pet enthusiasts and feline fanatics will be in for a treat when they get their hands on author Nick Gwynn’s latest work. “Ray Roars in the Garden” is a fun-filled and educational picture book with vibrant illustrations depicting the adventures of a feisty yet friendly feline.
The charming tale follows the titular feline and his adorable antics in the garden where he chases other creatures, a behavior many pet owners have undoubtedly seen for themselves. There is a deeper message in this story though, for the little cat who makes a lot of noise and acts tough ends up meeting someone who can see through his posturing and bullying. This all backfires on Ray, but with the help of those who care for him, he realizes that he is loved and there is no need at all to pretend to be something he is not.
“Ray Roars in the Garden” delivers an invaluable message, showing young readers the power of unconditional love and the folly of bullying while telling a fun story complete with beautiful artwork.
Part of the proceeds of the book sales will go to Iris Global.
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About the Author
Nick Gwynn lives in the South West of Western Australia with his wife Joanna, son Sam, dog Lucy and of course the family cat, Ray. He is involved in community development and is the founder of Shepherdsfield, a community based pastoral initiative.
Ray Roars in the Garden * by Nick Gwynn
Publication Date: April 11, 2014
Picture Book; AU$29.99; 24 pages; 9781499000436
e-book; AU$4.25; 9781499000429
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