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JUVENILE FICTION - Short Stories
 
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By William "Bill" Pratt
I was splashing in the swampy water, with the rain coming down in bucket fulls, I was trying to locate which was north or south , but the tall trees blocked out the what light there might have been, and with the rain pouring down over me , getting down my neck of my jacket, and no hat on, I was totally wet through. I tried to keep to the narrow pathway, but it twisted and turned so much that I stepped into the swampy water a few times . I was lost, unfortunately. I had been in the swamp , it seemed like for hours, I had no idea how I had got here, the last time my memory remembered anything was driving across the bridge , oh my goodness, it is coming back to me, the middle of the bridge was washed away!, and we plunged down into the swamp!. No wonder I am floundering around in the swamp in the middle of the night. Where is the car, Is a question? I can not see it. How did I get out of the car, is another question? Where the hell am I, is the third question? No one is going to miss me, until I don’t turn up for the meeting at Tamauranui, Then they won’t have any idea where I might even be, what a predicament. I try to look at my watch as the luminous hands should tell me what time it is, but I find the face is all broken, not much help there. I flounder along and come across a giant of a tree, I look up and see the trunk disappearing into the murky gloom, but I am so tired, I sit down and lean against the trunk , I feel like going to sleep, as my head falls down on to my chest , my mind says, wake up, don’t go to sleep, stay focused, have a small rest , but get up and keep working things out. My head aches and when I feel my head I find a large lump on my forehead, no wonder I am in lala land. After what seems like a few hour the rain slows down to a steady drizzle and finally it stops, It becomes lighter , as though the clouds are slowly going away, hopefully I may be able to see something soon, It must be nearly morning. I see a line of fence posts , but when I look closely, the tops of the posts disappear under the water, I won’t be following them that’s for sure. On the other side of the fence in the distance I can see what looks like an old barn, it looks quite run down, I don’t think it will be any good to me. anyway how do I even get over to it. I have run out of time to finish this story, just as well it is fiction!.
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By Madeline Carol
"Marissa, who has charge of a small angel, Clarence, is assigned to visit with the Angelic Heavenly Host to some shepherds near Bethlehem. Clarence hears of this special assignment and wants to be part of the celebration. He’s assigned a special task with the Star of the Announcement. He has an accident, falls to earth, and lands in a group of camels belonging to a wise man where he meets Ralf. He has no memory of how he got there. Thus, his adventurous journey begins until he is found near the home of a very special small child in Nazareth.



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"Chuck Pierce asked that I review your book, A Star Christmas Story" based on my testimony and understanding of the angelic.

´In A Star Christmas Story Heaven touches earth and the Christmas Story is told from the angel´s perspective. The story will delight both children and adults alike as they follow the little angel Clarence on his adventures while here on earth. Madeline Carol has woven together what could become the next Christmas classic.´

I trust the book will bless many."

-Marty Cassady
Glory of Zion Ministries, (www.gloryofzion,org), in Denton, TX

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By Julie Rase
The Adventures of the Three Little Clouds is a book to give children imagination. The clouds take children up to their view. I would say a way children can look at the world in a different perspective. There are many different experiences the clouds would like to share. So the clouds take the children with them in their adventures.
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By Julie Rase
The Adventures of the Three Little Clouds is a book to give children imagination. The clouds take children up to their view. I would say a way children can look at the world in a different perspective. There are many different experiences the clouds would like to share. So the clouds take the children with them in their adventures.
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By Lewis Martin Talmadge
A collection of humorous and adventurous short stories.
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By Lewis Martin Talmadge
A collection of humorous and adventurous short stories.
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By Anthony W. Grillo
Meet the rabbit with green fur and is as cool as his name. Cucumbers the Rabbit is his name. Adventure is his game. In this collection of twenty stories, Cucumbers, with his friends, Blaze, Sunny, Drooler, Bouncy-Bounce, Spinner, Henry, Knock Knock, Flirty, and Mudflap, face monsters, UFOs, an evil circus owner, a magical island, a powerful rabbit witch, a tyrannical alien general, an Alaskan farmer, a vicious fox, and a "spooky" computer. Along the way, Cucumbers manages to star in a Hollywood movie and help his friend's lonely father find a wife. Discover how Cucumbers’ friends get even with a prankster ghost. Find out what happens when Flirty falls in love with two human sisters. Discover why the frogs are angry with the rabbits. Learn why Cucumbers’ fur is green and who he takes on his first date. Who is Princess Cleo supposed to marry? What surprise awaits Cucumbers at Foggy Island? How does a part of Bunny Town get destroyed after something that happens at Sunny's birthday party? And, what is Cucumbers’ big secret? Come and explore Cucumbers’ world. There is danger and mysteries to be solved, but there is also friendship and love. Escape into this world of fantasy and enjoy a laugh along the way.
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By Anthony W. Grillo
Meet the rabbit with green fur and is as cool as his name. Cucumbers the Rabbit is his name. Adventure is his game. In this collection of twenty stories, Cucumbers, with his friends, Blaze, Sunny, Drooler, Bouncy-Bounce, Spinner, Henry, Knock Knock, Flirty, and Mudflap, face monsters, UFOs, an evil circus owner, a magical island, a powerful rabbit witch, a tyrannical alien general, an Alaskan farmer, a vicious fox, and a "spooky" computer. Along the way, Cucumbers manages to star in a Hollywood movie and help his friend's lonely father find a wife. Discover how Cucumbers’ friends get even with a prankster ghost. Find out what happens when Flirty falls in love with two human sisters. Discover why the frogs are angry with the rabbits. Learn why Cucumbers’ fur is green and who he takes on his first date. Who is Princess Cleo supposed to marry? What surprise awaits Cucumbers at Foggy Island? How does a part of Bunny Town get destroyed after something that happens at Sunny's birthday party? And, what is Cucumbers’ big secret? Come and explore Cucumbers’ world. There is danger and mysteries to be solved, but there is also friendship and love. Escape into this world of fantasy and enjoy a laugh along the way.
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By Anthony W. Grillo
Meet the rabbit with green fur and is as cool as his name. Cucumbers the Rabbit is his name. Adventure is his game. In this collection of twenty stories, Cucumbers, with his friends, Blaze, Sunny, Drooler, Bouncy-Bounce, Spinner, Henry, Knock Knock, Flirty, and Mudflap, face monsters, UFOs, an evil circus owner, a magical island, a powerful rabbit witch, a tyrannical alien general, an Alaskan farmer, a vicious fox, and a "spooky" computer. Along the way, Cucumbers manages to star in a Hollywood movie and help his friend's lonely father find a wife. Discover how Cucumbers’ friends get even with a prankster ghost. Find out what happens when Flirty falls in love with two human sisters. Discover why the frogs are angry with the rabbits. Learn why Cucumbers’ fur is green and who he takes on his first date. Who is Princess Cleo supposed to marry? What surprise awaits Cucumbers at Foggy Island? How does a part of Bunny Town get destroyed after something that happens at Sunny's birthday party? And, what is Cucumbers’ big secret? Come and explore Cucumbers’ world. There is danger and mysteries to be solved, but there is also friendship and love. Escape into this world of fantasy and enjoy a laugh along the way.
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By Stephanie Yatko
There’s this thing called wood people. My sister told me. Wood people are magical creatures made of wood. There are girl wood people, boy wood people and men and women. There are very deep and secretive items called the crown, the map and last but not least the clock.
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By Stephanie Yatko
There’s this thing called wood people. My sister told me. Wood people are magical creatures made of wood. There are girl wood people, boy wood people and men and women. There are very deep and secretive items called the crown, the map and last but not least the clock.
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By Debbie Williams
Like many little three-year-old boys, Caleb Jonathan Williams has always loved playing with balls. From the time he was a baby just learning to crawl, to present day soccer, basketball, baseball, and football teams, that fascination has not faded. And just like his daddy, he’s pretty awesome, too. Who better to tell Caleb’s story but his own Mimi? And who better to illustrate it, but his very own Mama?
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By Debbie Williams
Like many little three-year-old boys, Caleb Jonathan Williams has always loved playing with balls. From the time he was a baby just learning to crawl, to present day soccer, basketball, baseball, and football teams, that fascination has not faded. And just like his daddy, he’s pretty awesome, too. Who better to tell Caleb’s story but his own Mimi? And who better to illustrate it, but his very own Mama?
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By Debbie Williams
Like many little three-year-old boys, Caleb Jonathan Williams has always loved playing with balls. From the time he was a baby just learning to crawl, to present day soccer, basketball, baseball, and football teams, that fascination has not faded. And just like his daddy, he’s pretty awesome, too. Who better to tell Caleb’s story but his own Mimi? And who better to illustrate it, but his very own Mama?
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By Dr. James S. Brown and Frances Poulson
Livres pour garçons d’âge scolaire et pré-scolaire C’est le quatrième livre d’une nouvelle collection de livres d’enfants « Les aventures de Jacques et Gizmo ». Ces livres sont conçus pour les jeunes garçons du niveau primaire et pré-scolaire. Également ces livres sont rédigés en s’appuyant sur la recherche pédagogique reliée aux fac-teurs/conditions favorables à accroître l’intérêt à la lecture de tout garçon dès son jeune âge. D’ailleurs les recherches en éducation indiquent que l’indice majeur de succès scolaire, à long terme de tout élève, est son niveau d’éveil à la lecture (anglais « reading readiness ») acquis avant ses débuts scolaires. Ces mêmes recherches démontrent que les garçons entourés de certains livres possédants certains caractéristiques manifesteront un plus haut degré d’éveil à la lecture en débutant le primaire. Ces traits sont: 1. Des livres où le personnage principal est masculin. 2. Des livres appartenant à l’enfant, bien qu’il ne sait pas encore lire. 3. Des livres d’action, d’exploits et des situations où le garçon trouve lui-même une solution. 4. Des livres où le personnage principal sert de modèle par son comportement vis-à-vis, la lecture, la résolution de conflits et la curiosité intellectuelle. 5. Des livres que les parents seront à l’aise avec le vocabulaire en lis-sant à leur fils, qui plus tard apprendra à le lire tout seul.
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