ANNA, Ill. - October 20, 2020 - (Newswire.com)
Joanne Dale, a public school music teacher for 35 years, has completed her most recent book "Robby Robin Learns to Sing": a heartwarming fable about a young robin who is taught how to sing well after being mocked by other birds.
Joanne writes, "Robby Robin liked music class. He loved to hear the young birds sing, and everyone seemed so happy when they were singing. Best of all, Mister Owl, the music teacher, was great. But one day, Robby heard the mockingbirds whispering behind his back. They didn't like his voice and thought it sounded funny. So Robby stopped singing. Mister Owl didn't scold him. Instead, he told him something to think about. Find out what Robby decided to do."
Published by Fulton Books, Joanne Dale's book is a captivating read that instills the importance of hard work and self-esteem within children to guide them in reaching their goals amid the scoffing of others.
Follow Robby Robin as he rises from his sadness by doing his best to become a wonderful singer among the birds.
Readers who wish to experience this enchanting work can purchase "Robby Robin Learns to Sing" at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: Joanne Dale's New Book 'Robby Robin Learns to Sing' is an Enjoyable Tale of a Young Bird Who Learns How to Sing With Passion and Skill