Your children will be encouraged and inspired by Roscoe the Rooster because sometimes he doesn’t feel like being nice. Despite all that, he overcomes his internal and moral obstacles with the help of his barnyard friends and becomes a better version of himself.
Becky Thomas loves to tell the stories about what happens on her farm called Peaches Place. Her passion for writing this book is because of her beloved Roscoe, who started out nice but ended up being the typical mean and bossy rooster.
As an elementary school teacher, Becky has combined her love for teaching children and her tenderness for animals to be captured in this timeless story to enchant children and parents for generations to come.
Becky lives in Arlington, Tennessee with her husband, John Albert Thomas and four children. Find Becky and Roscoe on your favorite social media platforms for extra fun: videos, story time, and behind the scenes at Peaches Place.