Elora author’s new children’s book on ranch life teaches kids to change for the better
ELORA, Tenn. — Author Gordon Bennett takes his little readers to experience the ranch life in his new children’s book, “Life at the Ranch With Oscar the Rooster.” This values-centered storybook hits the bookshelves nationwide this week.
In “Life at the Ranch With Oscar the Rooster,” Oscar loves to fight, but how do you teach an old rooster not to fight? After all, banty roosters are known to be fighters. Can Oscar change his ways? Did he ever quit fighting?
Read Oscar’s story to see how his life changed. That change affected the rest of his life and may have saved his life at one point. Bennett’s colorful, new read will make children understand the old farm saying, “That is just like a banty rooster!”
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Bennett loves to write about animals. He has a lifelong love for animals since his father introduced him to many farm animals and taught him how to feed, care, protect and appreciate them. Then, the author began telling stories about his favorite animals that all ages love to hear. Next, he started writing about his favorite dog, pig, horse, cow and even his best rabbit. As an educator, Bennett likes to tell stories that help his students to understand animals and themselves better. Whether he is writing or teaching in a classroom, at church, or outside sitting on a log, he shows his love for animals and for people. Currently, the author resides in Elora, Tennessee.