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PRIOR Ideas, still simmering…

A self-assured barnyard rooster is alarmed by an un-conventional crow on the other side of the roost, and is challenged by the discovery of another rooster who has all the hens a-hopping to a new clucky beat.  How is he going to handle this cocky new trend?

A son asks questions about where his bubbles go, what they see and do…the loving reply from a patient mother assures him of the wondrous journey.

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  1. February 11, 2014 9:40 pm

    I have a rooster book, too!

    • February 11, 2014 10:24 pm

      Love roosters…chickens, all farm animals. Have goat stories, too.
      Unfortunately many advise ‘no more animal’ stories or anthropomorphic characters.

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