The Rooster Who Loved the Violin

The Rooster Who Loved the Violin

by Ben Harrison

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Overview

Here is a delightful children's story brought to life by the collaboration of two artists with a flair for the fantastic.
Ben Harrison sweeps readers through the lyrical tale of a violin player at an Italian restaurant and his struggles with an overly enthusiastic rooster, while Carrie Disrud's vibrant paintings envelop viewers into the charming fable's rich, island setting of Key West.
This book will appeal to those who are too young to read and kids who are just getting the hang of it. It also includes a longer supplemental text about the real rooster encounter that inspired Ben to write the story, as well as fun photographs of local chickens around Key West.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151315012
Publisher: Absolutely Amazing Ebooks
Publication date: 02/27/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 4 MB
Age Range: 3 - 5 Years

About the Author

Ben Harrison was born on September 8, 1945, in San Antonio, Texas, and spent his early years in Corpus Christi, Texas, where he attended W. B. Ray High School. Earning an undergraduate degree in Political Science at Southern Methodist University, he graduated from their Law School in 1972.
He and Helen, who was a fine arts major at SMU when they met, were married on August 30, 1972, and moved to San Francisco that same year.
In 1974 they drove to Costa Rica where, together, they built the 38’ sailboat that they lived on for 11 years. In 1979 they sailed into the harbor of Key West, Florida, where he became a professional entertainer/musician/composer/author. In 1986 they opened Harrison Gallery, which celebrated its 27th anniversary in 2013.
They have two sons. Benjamin A. Harrison, who played baseball for the University of Florida, is currently a professional baseball player who will be playing in Italy this season. Cole Harrison was in the Key West High School graduating class of 2009, and is currently a senior baseball player at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and could be the next family author.

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