The Sweet Kitten Story : Goat Tales
"This book is dedicated to the children and young at heart, the many rental goats that help farms and ranches keep weeds under control without pesticides, and their owners who make them almost family. One of these is George or Jorge called Horhay Who is a real. . . fun guy!The personality and antics of Horhay and the other farm animals adds hours of not only fun, but also the help Horhay brings to maintain this small country farm is nearly immeasurable. The grandchildren love to visit and Horhay really enjoys their attention.Thanks, George! George in English, Jorge in the SpanishPronounced Horhay. Children and the young at heart, can benefit by enjoying the time spent reading together and investigating the information links.When it is fun to learn, learning is fun, and the authors hope others will read and enjoy the books with children. So invite, read, share, enjoy! The authors can not imagine a farm without children to discover the many surprises that are natural to small farm living; from animals to sprinklers waving over a pasture, or just sittin enjoyin the view after a long days work and, of course, the goats! It is a simple, yet complex way of life that teaches quiet values, but not without effort to keep it organized and in tune. Achieving the appearance of a peaceful and relaxed way of life takes a lot of work, but it is worth it. Welcome to the Kirkpatricks Country PlaceThey do not take it lightly. They are thankful.It is the first day after Daisy has come to visit, an early summer weekend morning; the sun is bright, and the day feels just right for and kicking up their heels a bit. All three goats are having a great time, when they observe Sweet Kitten sitting in the tall grass right there in front of them. Now the adventure starts and we think your little ones will love you reading this story to them.Visit the website where you will find more information and tools to help you write and publish your own stories. Indie publishing can be fun!. There are just a few simple rules to follow. Are you a budding author? Your stories can become a book, too! Visit our website: http://web4uname.wix.com/horhaythegoat Horhay is a real goat and so is the farm, kids ( ; and situations also, but of course animals don't talk; however in this series they tell stories that are both fun and educational. So fiction and non-fiction intertwine for the fun of reading and learning. Watch for more books in series out soon.Michael & Peggy Kirkpatrick are a born in the 50s-60s working towards retirement couple who have raised their five children in a blended and shared responsibilities family of four boys and one girl, a robust household, which at times was just plain, normal living chaos of school, work, chores and fun! They both have worked hard to build a legacy of family and home, and now are grandparents to five fun-loving grandchildren, who visit often. The authors love to share the ever-changing fun and complexities of country life with family and friends who drive out to visit, away from the city where most of them live and work. There is always a story brewing with activity, movies, trips, or whatever, even work, whether written down or not, there is a story! The energy of the young keeps the authors young! They love the excitement of the whole scene, so now they will share some of the stories; and a variety of fun online activities with readers. Horhay the Goat with a host of other farm animals and people have inspired A Think About It Series of Teachable Readable Parables for reading time fun. Children and adults can benefit by enjoying the time spent reading together and investigating the meanings as well as information links.
- Paperback | 28 pages
- 23 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Pub