Making friends is such an exciting part of childhood. I really wanted to find a way to highlight how our individual differences can make our relationships with others more exciting and adventurous.
VERNON, Texas (PRWEB)
July 12, 2021
Children’s author Colby Becknell Hardison has published a lovely picture book that follows the charming story of Sammy Skunk and Rocky Racoon – two likable creatures who cross paths on a farm and have a blissful day playing, eating and enjoying their time. new budding friendship.
In “Animal Acres,” Hardison uses the story of Sammy and Rocky to illustrate to children the wonderful things that individual uniqueness can do in relationships. Sammy and Rocky’s friendship encourages kids to try their luck making new friends, even if it seems difficult at first. “Animal Acres” was originally inspired by Hardison’s experience of watching his cats befriend local wildlife after a drought limited the critters’ access to natural resources and sent them to search food and water on his property.
“Making friends is such an exciting part of childhood. I really wanted to find a way to highlight how our individual differences can make our relationships with others more exciting and adventurous, ”said Hardison. “I also want to help instill a love of the environment among young people, because I have long been passionate about rescuing and rehabilitating animals. There is a whole world of wildlife and nature that begs to be discovered if only we take the time to enjoy it.
Ultimately, Hardison’s book reminds readers that each person has a special ‘something’ they can bring to their relationships with others, allowing them to cultivate rich, diverse, and vibrant friendships as they go. grows. Animal Acres also encourages kids to slow down, soak up the magic of nature, and take the time to observe all of the wonderful creatures that can be found on adventures outside.
“It’s a very cute story about how a raccoon and a skunk become friends,” one reader wrote in a five-star review of the book on Amazon.
“Animals of hectares”
By Colby Becknell Hardison
ISBN: 978-1-6641-3874-2 (sc); ISBN: 978-1-6641-3873-5 (f)
Available via Xlibris, Barnes & Noble and Amazon
About the Author
Colby Becknell Hardison enjoys working in animal rescue and rehabilitation. Hardison has several years of experience volunteering with wildlife and domestic animals, and he has managed a small sanctuary in his hometown of Vernon, Texas. In addition to working with the local wildlife population, Hardison has also rehabilitated and relocated several stray cats and dogs. It was first published at the age of 17 and was appointed to the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Fraternity at the university before eventually earning his Bachelor of Science in Metaphysics. To learn more, please visit http://www.animalacresfarm.com.
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