A plan to rule the roost is displayed at 40% of viewport width.
November 2019 by Terry Verduin

HOW TO RULE THE ROOST

One day, Lucy devised a plan
that she whispered secretly to her gran.
She knew how to fix those guests
and stop them from becoming pests!

Dolly the Parrot is given a plan by a caring child to show how to rule the roost with blue fronted amazon talking ability in articles inspired by pending parrot books for children.

Feel invincible? Rule the Roost means to take charge. Making decisions, acting as boss, or assuming bird policing roles come naturally for some birds. Roosters are common examples. Some kids also are natural-born leaders.


Beneath the Surface? Blue fronted amazon parrots get along well with people. Watching Dolly build content, may generate ideas for others' work. While Dolly pulls together avian information, she also follows friends.


The Seedy Side? So readers will not block, avoid or skip past posts and Web pages, Dolly provides helpful, free insights and information. She is gentle with her audience while weighing the good versus bad in the avian jungle.


Mapped Out? It helps everyone to brainstorm in efforts to champion original prototypes for adoption by influential individuals or organizations. Established, highly celebrated brands search for forward-thinking content.


Hill Crop? Work is not about being busy. The focus is to generate something of interest. Tech-savvy children and adults following this parrot do not learn only about birds. Dolly is a good resource for trailblazing creators.

Blue Fronted Amazon Talking Ability

The Shift? Dolly the Parrot is among the few birds with superior speaking ability. Blue Fronted Amazon Parrots rank highly for high-quality speech. Thanks to a caring child and her daring grandmother, Dolly learned to talk.


Sweet and Low? It may help to squawk. The huge amount of free, online content makes it difficult for new characters to become magnets for followings. Folks notice when things surprise with movement and sound.


Still Life? It is important to share free information. Ideas can go “viral” in websites, social media, video, animation or sound. Many ideas take off as films or in articles. People and animals help and learn from each other.


Endorphin Ride? Followers of this parrot and her collaborators have full attention. Most birds require ongoing care and maintenance. Dolly turns the tables with helpful technology, publishing and social media.

Parrot Books for Children

Season of Change? Blue fronted amazons live about one hundred years. Dolly hopes friends will hang with her for at least as long. She spreads awareness about birds, while working to get her books into children's hands.


Open Water? It is important to set examples in the hard publishing business. While people look for parrots, publishers look for innovative concepts. Getting friends interested in birds is a fun way to establish roots.


Beach Bums? Goopy Ghost, Little Ray, Shark and the Foxy Armadillos went to press first. Friends make important connections for one another. Dolly is fine if one of her avant-guard colleagues leads her work into mainstream.


Crush the Climb! Friends are invited to interact with Dolly as they develop their own platforms. She shares insights on social media about trending technology and wildlife issues. Everyone benefits from collaboration.


Contemplate Life? The video has the author's chirping “grand chicks” exhibiting true leadership as they go about exploring and establishing hierarchy. The video is provided courtesy of her daughter. (45 seconds)


FIRST MOZZARELLA