Fulton Books author Robert Ramos, a United States Marine Corps veteran who served his country in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, has completed his most recent book "If a Tree Falls in the Woods, Does It Make a Sound?": a whimsical and engaging book that follows the life of a vibrant young tree, animals that benefit from its life, and the ecological impact it provides after its life cycle comes to an end.
Author Robert Ramos discusses his work, sharing, "It will elicit the intellectual and theoretical mind, producing a thought process conducive to thinking outside the box, which is paramount to creativity."
He begins his story, writing, "Trees are beautiful living creatures covering the earth with a lush green view from above. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some grow large and in charge like the redwood trees of California while others grow no bigger than a small sapling despite living for four hundred years like the evergreen trees in the Alaskan Yukon Territory."
Published by Fulton Books, Robert Ramos's book invites young readers to explore and experience the wonderful world of nature.
Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can purchase "If a Tree Falls in the Woods, Does It Make a Sound?" online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Original Source: Robert Ramos's New Book 'If a Tree Falls in the Woods, Does It Make a Sound?' is a Theoretical Approach to the Age-Old Question That Has Spanned Generations