Today, November the 18th, is known to some as Mickey Mouse Day. This day has been set aside to acknowledge Mickey Mouse, because, according to Wiki, Mickey's first appearance was in Walt Disney's Steamboat Willy in 1928.
Just six years later, in November of 1934, Mickey agreed to have his image rendered into a Macy's ballon, in order to be represented in The Macy's Thanksgiving Parade. He has been represented in the parade for many years (not all but most) since that time, including the year of 2013, when I took the image that is atop this entry. Be that as it may, I anticipate that if I go to this year's parade, which is six days away, that I will see Mickey Mouse.
Her book is set in my rooftop garden in New York City, the story is told in her voice and is directed to children and adults who are curious about birds, and want to learn about them from a unique perspective. The book includes hundreds of images of flora and fauna, links to movies, as well as to informative narratives that have been created by the co-author, who is me, Patricia Youngquist, The Last Leaf Gardener.
The first version of Cam's book became available in Apple's iBooks and iTunes Stores in June of 2015 and it has received five star reviews!
Subsequently, in the beginning of 2016, Cam produced an ePub version for those who don't have Apple devices.
This rendition of the book is available on Amazon, where it has also received five star reviews! Moreover, the ePub version has a bonus story, which covers informative and fun facts re The Macy's Thanksgiving Parade; including how the annual extravaganza impacts the avian community!
With six days remaining until Thanksgiving and the 2016 Macy's Parade, I highly recommend the ePub version of Words In Our Beak Volume One as a Thanksgiving gift for those who appreciate fauna, flora, insects, as well as points of interest in NYC; including the antics of The Macy's Parade! Info for this ePub version can be found by clicking here.