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Daniel Barch's Newly Released "Bessie the Bossy Cow" is a Fun Moral Story for Children About a Little Girl Who Learns to Change Her Stubborn Attitude--the Hard Way

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Daniel Barch's Newly Released "Bessie the Bossy Cow" is a Fun Moral Story for Children About a Little Girl Who Learns to Change Her Stubborn Attitude--the Hard Way

"Bessie the Bossy Cow" from Christian Faith Publishing author Daniel Barch is an entertaining children's picture book about a little girl named Aupumn who has an outspoken, domineering personality that frustrates her family, causing her mother to nickname her "Bessie the bossy cow"--however, one night, Aupumn has a strange dream about being a bossy little cow who can never get her way with the other animals by being stubborn, which moves her to change her ways for the better.

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MEADVILLE, Pa., August 28, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- "Bessie the Bossy Cow": a charming moral story teaching proper behavior. "Bessie the Bossy Cow" is the creation of published author, Daniel Barch, a longtime writer and undercover poet and father of six.

Barch writes, "As her tired mother tucked her into bed, she told her sassy little girl, 'You were quite a bossy cow today! Maybe we should call you Bessie. Bessie the bossy cow!'
'No!' shouted Aupumn. 'I'm not her! I'm not a Bessie! I'm not a bossy cow!'
'Well, I know one thing,' her mother replied. 'You're going to be in big trouble if you don't change your attitude, little girl!'
'Humph!' sulked Aupumn.
'Good night, Bessie!' Momma whispered.
'I'm not a Bessie!' Aupumn whispered back.
Aupumn soon fell fast asleep, and she began to dream. She dreamt that she was on a farm, but she was not a little girl. She was a cow. A skinny, scrawny cow!
She was drinking from a trough when her dream started, and she could see her tiny cow face reflecting off the water. She had a cowbell around her neck that had 'Bessie' written on it."

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Daniel Barch's new book is a spirited little book that teaches children that attitudes and actions have real consequences.

As young readers and parents read Aupumn's story, children will be encouraged to discuss the right way to behave and how they can improve their own behavior in life and with others.

View a synopsis of "Bessie the Bossy Cow" on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase "Bessie the Bossy Cow" at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about "Bessie the Bossy Cow", contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

 

SOURCE Christian Faith Publishing

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