Joy the Sparrow and her new best friend Josie want to see the world and why not start in Las Vegas, where the birds can visit Caesars Palace, the Eiffel Tower and New York City, all in the same day. They persuade the flock of birds they live with to take a vacation there. So the loyal group of friends – Sparrows, Robins and a Blackbird – fly there to have some fun.
However, Hershey the Cat, whom they’ve bumped into before, is back in the picture and would love nothing more than ruining the birds’ vacation. He’s determined to have at least one of the birds for a morning snack. Can the birds keep out of his clutches and claws? Will they get to their destination safely?
The courageous birds are pushed to their limits and Hershey also has to face some tough truths about himself.
This is a bright and inspiring story about facing challenges and being the best you can.
Targeted Age Group:
3 to 8
Book Price: $0.99
How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
We enjoy writing for children. Kids want to hear an exciting story filled with adventure. Children are less critical and easy to please. Children appreciate the illustrations and are excited to read something new.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Do whatever you want to do. Self publishing your book is now possible. The only thing is, don’t expect to hit the best seller list overnight. It will probably take you a year or two of hard work, marketing and pursuing your goals.
Don and Cathy Rush (DC Rush) currently live in Arizona along with their cats Hershey and Nomi, Cathy is a homemaker and Don is a retired Manufacturing Manager and former Governing Board member of the Cartwright School District in Phoenix, Arizona.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
One day Don and Cathy were watching the birds playing in the bird bath and eating from the birdfeeder. On the top of a block wall in the back yard, the birds patiently waited their turn to eat, resembling airplanes waiting to take off at a busy airport. Don and Cathy were amazed at how the birds took turns at the birdfeeder and how the smaller birds would kick seed down to the larger birds, and they decided to write a children’s book about their birds.