Patrick W. Rosseter
Do some animal’s think and act like people? According to Rosseter, the answer is yes — animals have thoughts and feelings just as you do. As any child with a pet will tell you, there is a bond of compassion that exists between them.
Reading these stories will help you understand why animals have a place in this world. Parents, read these stories with your children. I'm sure Dr. Woo would approve.
Wait! Who's Dr. Woo? Start with the first story and become acquainted with him. He'll introduce you to a new way of looking at the world.
Born in 1926 and reared in Chicago, Patrick W. Rosseter became a journeyman printer-typesetter, following his father's footsteps, after coming home from the Army Air Corps. He's been married for 51 years — his anniversary is on Valentine's Day. He has fathered three sons and a daughter and is the greatest “Grampa” to four illustrious grandsons, without whose encouragement these stories would never have came to be.
Mr. Rosseter's only hobbies (pursuits) are reading and working out with the weights — when he can. He is a Michigan Senior Olympic Champion for the years 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2007. No mere feat for an “ole guy!”
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Grandpa Pat's Little Animal Tales
Reading these stories will help you understand why animals have a place in this world. Parents, read these stories with your children. They include stories with morals, spelling lessons and memory lessons as well as information about animals, farms and human behavior.
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