Oscar the Osprey:
The Bird Who Was Afraid of Heights
Oscar the Osprey is a delightful children’s story that revolves around the newly hatched Oscar and his struggles with his unusual handicap. But despite his personal struggles, Oscar will go on an amusing and touching journey of self-discovery to overcome his issues.
Edward Martin Polansky
Edward Martin Polansky is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in San Antonio and has been in public practice for over forty years with Ernst & Young, with his own firm, and with a regional accounting firm, Weaver and Tidwell LLP. He currently is Of Counsel with Weaver and consults with individuals and businesses on tax and financial planning matters.
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