The Rooster Who Would Not Be Quiet!Book - 2017
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The people of La Paz love to sing. But when the city gets too noisy, they realize they have a problem. So they hold an election. They hope the new mayor will bring them a little peace and quiet. But they get more than they bargained for when he outlaws singing altogether. The music-loving town fa... Read More »
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Author's Note: "Roosters sing at sunrise; they also sing at noon, sundown, and in the middle of the night. Roosters sing when they please, and that's all there is to that. Much like roosters, human children are born with voices strong and true--and irrepressible. Then, bit by bit, most of us learn to temper our opinions, censor our beliefs, and quiet our voices. But not all of us. There are always those who resist being silenced, who will crow out their truth, without regard to consequence. Foolhardy or wise, they are the ones who give us the courage to sing." --Carmen Agra Deedy
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