Nestled on a farm in Smyrna, Tennessee, is a tiny fabled village whose residents consists of a very unlikely group. Jonesy, an owl, Charles, a chipmunk, Ruthie, a sparrow, Scotty, a squirrel, and Harley, a mouse, live together in the Woods of Smyrna.
Harley is terribly ill, so ill she might not make it through the cold, wet days of a coming storm if they don’t get her to a warm, dry place. To save Harley and endure the storm, the others must chance revealing themselves and their village to two brothers who live on the farm, hoping they will help them.
If they don’t get the boys’ help, they may lose one of their own, changing their ‘family’ and their village forever.
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About the Author
Michael Cook has been a graphic designer, illustrator, and art director for the last 30 years. He’s lived in middle Tennessee all his life and now lives in Smyrna (pronounced Smer•na), Tennessee, a short drive southeast of Nashville. He lives there with his wife, Elizabeth, their son, Myka, and a goofy but lovable Brittany Spaniel/Lab mix named Charleigh. Michael also has an older son, Brandon, a daughter-in-law, Brandi, and a new grandson named Holden.