Last year, for the 89th time. a large Christmas tree was erected overlooking the skating rink at Rockefeller Center. As a longtime resident of NYC, I would often see the “lighting of the tree.”
This year was different. Before the lights were switched on, a helpless small owl was discovered in the upper branches by a worker called Gus. He rescued the creature and within days, the owl (renamed Rocky) was on every front page and TV network.
Gus, the good samaritan drove the owl back to his home county in NY to release him back in the wild. Again, there were many spectators.
As the story unfolds, Rocky became acclimated again in the countryside and did witness the TV lighting of the tree from an open window.
Merry Christmas to all.
|Fiction, Children's Book / Picture Book
|8.500" x 11.000" (280mm x 216mm)
John Nieman is a multi-faceted creative soul. Since his earlier career in the advertising industry as an international creative director for several decades, he has written more than twenty books novels, essays, poetry, children's books, and short stories. In addition, he has made quite a name for himself as an international artist having exhibited in New York, Montreal, London, Dublin, Paris, Florence, Hamburg, Thailand, and Tokyo, and several appearances at Art Basel including more than a dozen solo shows. A resident of Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, he is the proud father of five children. Website: email@example.com
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