Author Ron Cliff’s new book “The Rainy Day” is a delightful children’s story about two birds, Martin and Ella, who live in New York City during a very rainy day

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Recent release “The Rainy Day” from Page Publishing author Ron Cliff is a charming children’s story about two New York City birds, Martin and Ella, who are best friends. The story follows them on a heartwarming adventure on a very rainy day.

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Ron Cliff has completed his new book “The Rainy Day”: a heartwarming children’s story that follows Martin and Ella, two birds in New York City.

One day, as the best friends are playing together, it begins to rain. It rains so hard that they cannot see or find their way home. Martin and Ella enter the New York City subway system to get out of the rain. This begins their journey of riding the subway train to many different locations and doing various activities on a rainy day in the city of New York.

Author Ron Cliff describes what the birds encounter when they enter the subway, writing, “On the train, some people were standing, and some were sitting. Others were reading. Some listened to music. Some were talking to one another, and others just enjoyed the ride.”

Published by Page Publishing, Ron Cliff’s engaging tale follows the birds on their eventful day out in the rain. The birds do all sorts of fun activities, including stopping at the Museum of Modern Art, going to Radio City Music Hall, and visiting the Statue of Liberty.

Readers who wish to experience this delightful work can purchase “The Rainy Day” 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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