CHATSWORTH, Georgia (PRWEB)
September 22, 2021
Debbie Walters Cull has completed her new book “Bubby”: a wonderfully moving story about two young siblings whose lives are uprooted when their grandfather passes away. Their parents inherit his farm in the country with his dog Shadow, forcing the family to move from their city life to the countryside.
As Cull says, “This book covers an entire year in the life of siblings and conveys the importance of having good character and values as you grow up. It also depicts what life was like in a simpler time of old. It will bring young readers back to what today’s adults consider “the good old days”
and will allow those older readers to remember how things were back then. “
Posted by Page Publishing, Debbie Walters Cull’s moving tale will introduce readers to Jenny, a courageous ten-year-old girl, and her twelve-year-old brother, Jake, who is in a rush to grow up. After moving to their family farm, their newly acquired dog Shadow gives birth to her puppies and Jenny is allowed to keep the runt out of the litter, which she names Bubby. However, will she be able to keep Bubby, or will her father be forced to sell the litter to help save the farm? “Bubby” will keep readers engaged and coming back for more and show how the love of a little puppy can impact a family.
Readers who wish to explore this inspiring work can purchase “Bubby” in bookstores around the world, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
For more information or for media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.
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