Bam Bam busts a move on a sunny day at the farm. Would this be considered a frolick or a lolly or neither? Anyway, he sure looks like he’s having fun!
BAM BAM has a special announcement!!
Exclusive for our Farm Pals and in honor of their MAGNETIC PERSONALITIES: all email subscribers to the Farm Pals blog will receive
- MAGNETS! Enter your email addresses and we will send you the latest fridge magnet (which will be the cover of Ranch Hero 2: Moooving Velma). We will contact you for mailing information.
- DISCOUNTS! Get 50% off the retail price of either book or both!! Shipping and handling charges will apply.
BAM BAM will be watching . . . as he frolicks, of course!
In this second book, two new characters are introduced: Cousin Libbi Lou and Velma the Cow!
Sneaky Creek Ranch has never been safer now that Ziggy, the Ranch Hero, is around to keep an eye on things. But with Velma the Cow stuck in the mud and the ever-present donkeys harassing the farm pals, Ziggy finds his angel work is never done.
Joined by his loyal farm pals on earth, Bam Bam and Chubadoo, and their cousin, Libbi Lou, the Ranch Hero solves this cow caper with muscle, intuition, and a lot of creativity.
And Velma gets the thrill of her life!
GOOD NEWS: The costs to print the books have gone down (gasp!) and we can pass the savings on to you at a low BEE-U-TI-FUL print book price of $7. To purchase direct through the publisher: Click here. Also available on eBook at Amazon.
Ranch Hero, comic book-style kid lit, has arrived . . . at a farm near you. Or wherever.
Purchase directly from the Farm Pals’ publisher, HERE
Or at Amazon in ebook or paperback, HERE.
This is a tale of a very cool farm dog named Ziggy, who is drawn to save a squirrel from certain demise. In doing so, he sacrifices his own life . . . or does he? Through a chain of spine-tingling events, Ziggy discovers his true calling: Ranch Hero. This book reminds us that life is indeed a wonderful mystery and that maybe our guardian angels don’t always have wings.
Feed us your comments . . . we’re anxious to hear what you think. You can contact the author HERE.