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‘More Misadventures of Bartholomew Crow’ continues the legacy of the first book and keeps children entertained

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‘More Misadventures of Bartholomew Crow’ continues the legacy of the first book and keeps children entertained

The story helps kids learn more life lessons that will be helpful in their future.

After the success of the children’s book ‘The Misadventures of Bartholomew Crow’, many kids were eagerly waiting for a sequel to the novel about the feathered protagonist. That is why author Ken Dean has come out with the novel ‘More Misadventures of Bartholomew Crow’ to keep the imaginations of young readers running.

The book’s story revolves around the same young crow who is always hungry and is looking for an easy feed. However, he doesn’t always get the anticipated results, much to the amusement of children aged 5 to 12, who not only find it amusing but also learn a few life lessons along the way.

The novel has become an instant classic and is receiving a lot of positive reviews. It is attracting a lot of attention from parents who read the story to teach kids the importance of perseverance in life.

“More Misadventures of Bartholomew Crow’” follows the character as he overcomes challenges, makes new friends, and explores the world around him. The book has great illustrations and very captivating storytelling, making it a must-read for children who have an affinity for birds and adventure.

Talking about this book, the author of the book, Ken, said, “Young kids are curious about the world around them, and with the book, I have tried to celebrate that curiosity with the help of the bird protagonist. The book will not only bring a smile to the faces of the young readers but also teach them different life lessons like the importance of perseverance and the beauty of the world around them. I hope the book will help bring parents closer to their children, and they will have a great time reading it to them.”

The book is available in paperback, hardcover and Kindle. Parents interested in it can head over to Amazon today at

Details of the author:

Ken was married for 20 years. He raised two daughters throughout their childhood and teenage years. When his daughters began to make their way through life, Ken lived a single life. He wandered and worked in all states of Australia and explored jobs such as road and railway construction, ranch work, and several years in the mining industry. He also drove cattle from the breeding areas of north Queensland to the Channel Country of the SW. It was on these cattle drives that the story of Bartholomew Crow was born. He travelled Australia from north after south, driving seven horses, following old stock routes, station tracks, and even some cross-country when floods intruded in a few places. The trip covered a distance of 3000 km and took 120 days in his saddle. The journey helped him unravel the strengths that he had never noticed before.

For more information, visit his website at

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