Recent release "Billy and Mister Crowe" from Page Publishing author Curtis Ercanbrack is a parable about traditional American morals through the lens of the Great Depression. When Billy Doyle is forced to move from the city to the country to stay with his aunt and uncle, he meets a special man named Mr. Crowe who teaches him the most important lessons in life.
RIFLE, Colo., Sept. 30, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Curtis Ercanbrack, a small-town author passionate about telling stories with lessons and good values, has completed his new book "Billy and Mister Crowe": a meaningful fable about what really matters in life: friends, family, God, and country.
"The people of this nation faced hardship, trials, and trouble of all kinds, and they lived through a period in our history that tried men's souls," writes Ercanbrack. "Many of the same problems face us today. Can we return to the values of that day? In the face of so much conflict and contention, are there lessons we can learn from Mr. Crowe?"
Published by Page Publishing, Curtis Ercanbrack's compelling tale chronicles the story of Billy Doyle, a twelve-year-old boy who's sent to live in the country with his aunt and uncle during the Great Depression. Working on a farm is much different than his hectic life in the city, and Billy gains a new perspective on what really matters.
One day, Billy meets a new friend named Mr. Crowe through the blessing of heaven. In making new friends, Billy learns that all lives matter in the eyes of God. He finds change within himself and the tumultuous world around him. "Billy and Mister Crowe" proves that sometimes, a return to simpler ways can provide a more positive outlook on life.
Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase "Billy and Mister Crowe" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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