Virgil D. Mochel Invites Young Readers to Enjoy the Hilarious Adventures of Ginger the Dog in His Book “Ginger and the Roosters”
A story of an intelligent and friendly German shepherd named Ginger that loved people very much but not so friendly with animals such as rabbits and groundhogs. However, she did seem to like playing with two roosters. The unthinkable happened. How would the animals feel if Ginger only played with the roosters?
Read the book to uncover the events as they unfold with hilarious consequences. Children of all ages will enjoy its narrative and its vivid illustrations. A delightful addition to your collection or library to keep. So, own a copy today!
Book is available at https://youronlinepublicist.com/product/ginger-and-the-roosters-by-virgil-mochel/
Ginger and the Roosters
Author: Virgil D. Mochel
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: July 2021
Genre: Childrens Book and Dog Lovers
Target Audience: Dog lovers and children.
About the Author
Virgil was born in 1930 and reared on a farm near South Bend, Indiana during the Great Depression and World War II, both of which had tremendous influences on his life. In 1972 he, his wife Marian and their children moved to a small farm where he still enjoys gardening, tending a small apple orchard, and beef cattle. They have eight grandchildren and four great grandchildren, all of whom seem to enjoy visiting grandpas farm.
Upon earning a PhD in physical chemistry from the University of Illinois, his professional career has involved molecular structure research and process development. He has published many papers in technical journals, but his real love of writing led him to write hundreds of humorous skits during a 35-year period for an annual Sweetheart dinner at his church. He has also written, produced, and directed twenty full-length Christmas plays for his church.
Some highlights of his life have been enjoying his family, playing a sousaphone in the Purdue All-American band, entertaining various groups with his 105 year-old tuba, and singing bass in a barbershop quartet and in the church choir.