Endearing Story Of Farm Animal Friendships Would Make Great Gift For Young Readers
Life's a real zoo at Legacy Farms, where 14 chickens, a couple of dogs and an assortment of horses with diverse temperaments learn to share their days on the sprawling homestead.
Based on the true life adventures of author Melissa Taylor's charming chickens, A Runtamuffin Tale is a delightful new children's book that follows the life of Runtamuffin — or Runti — a tiny chicken with a big personality. Runti becomes the first chicken brave enough to form a bond with one of the farm's largest inhabitants — a beautiful horse named Mariett.
The 57-page book, wonderfully illustrated by Marc Beauregard, targets children ages 6 to 12 and would make a treasured addition to any family's home or elementary school library.
For more information about Melissa and her children's book, please visit: www.runtavision.com.
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