In the author’s third book about Oscar the Osprey, he tells the story about he and his sister, Oprah. The story is about Oscar becoming aware of the problems faced by his undersized sister, Oprah, which has caused her to be withdrawn and shy. Her peers call her Opie, a nickname that she feels is insulting, and she becomes distanced from the other Ospreys while facing alone dangers from wild animals, the weather and surprising demands. The book is about the seeking of understanding and enduring experiences to overcome such life barriers.
About the Author
Edward Martin Polansky, a Certified Public Accountant, having practiced for over forty years, is now semi-retired and writing children’s books about dealing with life’s hurdles and dilemmas through his protagonist, Oscar the Osprey. He lives with his wife of over fifty years, Helenan, in San Antonio, TX. Mr. Polansky’s website is polanskybooks.com.