If Animals Could Speak, Oh the Stories They Would Tell!

by Susan D. Perry Illustrated by Caryn Baker


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Softcover
$8.99
E-Book
$3.99
Softcover
$8.99

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/4/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 96
ISBN : 9781489742018
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 96
ISBN : 9781489742902

About the Book

In her second book of children's short stories, Susan Perry brings you to the lively energetic tales of some of her favorite animal characters: • Twin dolphins separated from their parents during a fierce hurricane -- their journey home is the adventure of a lifetime! From a goofy pelican to a large, angry shark, they find friends, bravely face danger, and never lose hope in finding their parents again. • Ranger Rob, a valiant friend of the animals of the forest. He saves them when a destructive fire threatens their home and gains their trust in return. • Scout, a beautiful Blue Heeler dog. She was taken from her home, but she never loses sight of getting back to the human that she loves more than anything. These are just a few of the stories the animals tell in this fun book of adventures. Throughout the stories, the animals go on adventures, learn valuable lessons, and make great friends -- like Freda and Cathy, two fish who see deeper than outward appearances as they try to find a place where they will be accepted as the special and unique creatures they are. Listen closely to these wonderful lessons in life, as only the animals could tell them!


About the Author

Susan Durden Perry began writing children's short stories several years ago. Having four children of her own and five grandchildren, she had an abundance of resources to work with. Teching children in her church for many years also inspired her to write good, wholesome stories that were fun to read and parent approved. If you ask her where her story ideas came from, she will quickly tell you, "They are God's gift. I can't take any of teh credit." Susan Grew up in a small town in Alabama and later moved to historic Franklin, Tennessee where she met and married her husband, Reggie. They still call Franklin home.