Newest publication "The Secret Language Of Trees" from Fulton Books author Marie Skrobak tells the story of trees. As Farmer Bill and his friend Doppler walk through the forest, the trees carry on a conversation of their own.
Detroit, MI, January 10, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Marie Skrobak grew up in a state park managed by her father in Northern Michigan. Her childhood experiences instilled a love of all things plant and animal. She earned a business degree and later became a licensed veterinary technician. Marie has a home on three acres surrounded by trees and wildlife. Marie Skrobak, a licensed veterinary technician and nature lover, has completed her most recent book “The Secret Language Of Trees”: a fun and entertaining story that reveals the magic of a forest.
“Apparently, trees have a lot to talk about. Do you know what they are saying?” --Marie Skrobak
Published by Fulton Books, Marie Skrobak’s book is a story about a farmer, his dog, and a forest of whispering trees.
Farmer Bill lives in Northern Michigan. He sells the produce on his farm at the local farmers’ market. His best friend is a dog named Doppler. On their daily walks through the majestic trees that grow beyond his fields and gardens, he talks to Doppler. As they hike through the woods, however, they are unaware of the many voices surrounding them. Trees talk a lot and they talk about a lot of things. Join Farmer Bill and Doppler as they unwittingly explore a forest of whispering trees.
Readers who wish to experience this entertaining work can purchase “The Secret Language Of Trees” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books