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I live a very blessed life and have had so many of my dreams come true through playing music. I realized along the way that if you have an audience that you should try to give back to them in a positive way. My way of giving back, besides the music, is writing children's books that are about todays issues. The books give children,parents and teachers a common ground to bond,love, and discuss these issues for a better tomorrow. Amen - Coy Bowles

When You're Feeling Sick
Written by Coy Bowles
Illustrated by Andy Elkerton
Sneezing? Coughing? Taking a sick day? Don’t worry, you’ll be feeling better soon thanks to this hilarious picture book from Coy Bowles, guitarist of the Grammy Award–winning Zac Brown Band. Full of encouraging—and super-silly—rhyming advice on how to face sick days with courage and a positive attitude, When You’re Feeling Sick is just what the doctor ordered! Comes with a sheet of stickers to bring a smile to every sick kid’s face.

Songs from the New Book to Stream and Download

The Sun Shines Every Day
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The Sickness Song
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Will Powers
Written by Coy Bowles
Illustrated by Brian de Tagyos

"Will Powers - Where There is a Will There is a Way" is a story about overcoming self-entitlement and achieving your goals with dedication and a strong work ethic. Will's journey with music teaches him the value of hard work and the power of believing in yourself. It’s a classic story with a message that kids, parents, and teachers can relate to and rejoice in.
Amy Giggles
Laugh Out Loud
Written by Coy Bowles
Illustrated by Leah Cebulski
Foreword by Zac Brown
Amy Giggles – Laugh Out Loud is a story of self-confidence and reassurance, accepting who you are and the realization that our differences make us each beautiful and unique. The reader is taken into a world of imagination through the eyes of Amy Giggles and her boisterous laugh. A portion of the proceeds of sale of this book will be donated to Camp Southern Ground, Inc., a non-profit organization.
Southern Ground Cookbook
When Zac Brown shared with Coy, his idea to write a cookbook, Coy was immediately excited. Zac described his vision to Coy. He explained that he wanted to create something totally different from any other cookbook. He wanted it to be full of pictures, stories and poetry from his rich southern heritage, as well as reveal the recipes he has spent so many years perfecting. He also wanted the book to contain recipe card that could be removed and stored along with other recipes.

Coy loved the idea and offered to participate in the project. He wrote the introduction and several of the stories throughout as well as assisted Zac in the completion process. He says, “It was one of the coolest projects I’ve ever been part of. I’m really proud of it.”
Blogs
From time to time I like to speak my mind. I do that in this blog. I can take off my floaties and go to the deep end and drop some serious science about the way I think about life,talk about how awesome it would be to eat ice cream with Elvis, how I'm afraid of heights but not snakes, or talk about what me and my childhood buddies would do if one of us one the lottery. It's all good stuff so check it out. 
Camp Southern Ground
Nestled on over 400 acres in the farmlands of Georgia, Camp Southern Ground, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, is the passion-project of GRAMMY Award winning artist Zac Brown.

Inspired by his own experience as a camp counselor, Zac’s vision is to create a state-of-the-art facility that will serve children ages 7-17 with both typical and special needs. It will be a place for children and their families to learn healthy life skills through an advanced program involving superior nutrition, physical exercise, and the latest practices in therapy, administered by a knowledgeable staff. Zac has long recognized the necessity for every child to have access to the best resources to grow and succeed.
Sunshine on a     Ranney Day
Sunshine on a Ranney Day (SOARD) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit approved organization based in Atlanta, Georgia that creates dream room & home makeovers for children with long-term illnesses. Founded in 2012 by Peter and Holly Ranney, with the belief that that every child needs their own special place to feel safe, comfortable and relaxed - a place where they can play and allow their imagination to be free.