AURORA, Ohio (PRWEB) October 12, 2020
Marilyn Ellis is a retired teacher, mother, and grandmother presently residing in her native Ohio with Ed, her husband of fifty years and their dog, Cookie. She has published her new book “Petey Boy and the Flyhigh Club”: a delightful story for young readers.
When his mama and papa told Petey Boy that they were planning to move down south before the winter freeze, their young, sweet son threw a tantrum. He couldn’t help it. This endearing bird was so extremely upset. He realized it would be impossible to join the most popular club in town—the Flyhigh Club. Would poor young Petey Boy ever be asked to join a prominent club in his new neighborhood?
Would he ever have friends again?
This book is about inclusivity. Moving is a scary thing for anyone—a youngster or an adult. Many young children worry about making new friends, don’t they? It’s natural to want to be accepted—whether it’s a party, a team sport, or a club. ‘Petey Boy and the Flyhigh Club’ reveals to readers that they are not alone in worrying about being accepted. Children will realize from this fun-filled book that worrying does not help. In fact, worrying often makes things dreadfully worse!
Petey Boy worried around the clock. Days turned into months. When he worried, he ate. When he ate, he gained weight. Petey Boy’s worrying provoked embarrassing comical calamities. Unfortunately, he was shipped off to Camp Tubby Ahoy where this dear young bird transformed into a pesky mischievous character.
This humorous story has an unexpected ending for all readers to enjoy. “Petey Boy and the Flyhigh Club’ is an important must-have book that will become a delightful go-to story for years to come.
Published by Page Publishing, Marilyn Ellis’s engrossing book is a wonderful addition to any children’s library.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Petey Boy and the Flyhigh Club” 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.
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