Tuesday, September 28, 2010

The Birds and the Frogs by Brian D. McClure

The Birds and the Frogs
By Brian D. McClure
Illustrated by Buddy Plumlee

About The Book:

The Birds and the Frogs, author Brian D. McClure educates and entertains children, parents and grandparents by providing and suggesting ways to denounce bullying. It was not until a young group of tadpoles teach the birds and frogs a higher truth, that they are able to change their beliefs, to honor and respect one another. Brian D. McClure Children s book series offer universal life lessons that empower, teach and educate the whole family.
About The Author:
Brian McClure is the Founder and President of The Universal Flag and its affiliate companies. The Universal Flag is the first symbol created that embraces everyone and everything. The symbol removes our illusion of separation, while honoring the diversity and divinity in all. To date the symbol has spread into 65 countries, and continues to spread in each new day.

The Universal Flag was not Brian’s first calling. After graduating college Brian started the first of many successful businesses. Then he was struck with his personal “Call to Consciousness.” During that period he not only allowed the Universal Flag and Symbol to manifest through him, but he also wrote ten of the most inspirational children’s book ever written. Ultimately his successful companies have funded the initial introduction of the Universal Flag and Symbol to the World.

Currently Brian is on a path of creating a National and International Universal Flag radio Network, with K-TLK being the first of many radio affiliates.

Brian has been a national radio guest and has been interviewed on over 50 radio stations nationwide. He is also the host of “A Call To Consciousness Radio” heard weekly on World Talk Radio every Thursday at 10 am PST. Brian has spoken at non-denominational churches, schools and conferences nationwide and has been interviewed on CNN radio, CBS, NBC TV and has appeared on national radio and in publications worldwide.

My Thoughts:
I was so very upset when I started to read this story. The birds, you see, were being very mean to the poor little frogs. I generally like birds, but this group was starting to get on my nerves. Don't worry though, in the 35 pages of this story, the author manages to set things straight between the superior-minded birds and the very confused and humiliated frogs. The object lessons taught through the interactions of these animals will make a profound impression on a child's mind. Very Well Done!

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