What if danger threatened every moment of every day? What if hiding from it was t possible? That is the life faced by every animal at Farmer Ron's pond. No amount of caution could promise success. Each resident could only hope that fate would be kind so that he could live to greet ather day. Could the odds of success win out over the odds of failure? This is a story of triumphs and failures that allows the reader to be drawn in to feel every fear experienced by the animals. Maybe this story will encourage a respect for animals and a desire to protect wildlife. That is the goal of the author. Respect for animals could also easily translate into a new respect for other human beings.
Marjorie Yobe lives in Ohio with her husband. She enjoys raising Yorkies. She has 12 Yorkie pets that sometimes produce litters. She enjoys meeting people and matching up her customers with her puppies. She was an English teacher and a guidance counselor for almost 30 years. She draws on both these experiences to write her stories. Her Yorkies provide her with unlimited and unique story lines for her books about her Yorkies. These stories are enjoyed by children and adults alike. The stories deal with story lines that address problems that today's children face every day - the need for acceptance, the fear of rejection, the drive to follow the crowd without regard to the consequences. She uses her stories to encourage children to appreciate animals and protect them from harm. She has two adult children and three grandchildren. Additional information about her is also on google.com, search Marjorie Yobe. Most of her books are available on Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com.