Where do the birds come from? is a delightful tale for readers of all ages about how curiosity can lead to amazing discoveries.

David Veal, who draws inspiration from TV personalities like Fred Rodgers, Bill Nye and Levar Burton, whose shows sparked his childhood curiosity, has finished his new book “Johnny Bull: Where Do Birds Come From?” : a brilliant and clever story about a young boy who follows his curiosity to discover amazing things. Veal wrote this book to recapture a sense of childhood wonder and adventure. He hopes it will help rekindle the passion for learning about the world around us in readers of all ages.

Published by Page Publishing, Veal’s adventure begins with Johnny Bull playing in his own backyard. The wonders of Johnny “Where do birds come from? as he watches two of them fly happily overhead and decides to follow them. His quest takes him to a school and a tree, before losing track of his feathered friends.

Johnny knows exactly what to do! He heads to a library so he can read where the birds come from and find them. He researches the fascinating history of birds and discovers that 150 million years ago, birds were dinosaurs that ruled the earth, which leads him on a new adventure through his imagination.

Readers interested in discovering this inspiring work can purchase “Johnny Bull: Where Do Birds Come From?” in bookstores worldwide or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media requests, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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