/head Once upon a time there was a little girl called Alexandra who asked her daddy, aDaddy, please tell me a stoooweeea. Well this is my story on how I created thousands of children stories. These stories come from a world where animals of all kinds all talk and learn, like children, about life. Around the age of three my daughter got tired of me reading little kiddy stories and asked me aDaddy, please tell me a stoooweeea. So every night I would make up a new short story. One day, when she was 7 years old, I decided to tape these stories so she could hear them over and over. Well that went on for 7 more years with over 110 hours and over 3, 000 stories. There are so many stories that I will have to write many more volumes. So here we are, the first book is published and now kids all over the world can enjoy them as my daughter did for many years. The time you spend with your child is most rewarding. Never get tired of loving, kissing and hugging them, no matter how old they get. Please view the book website by Clicking here. Please view sample stories from the book by Clicking here. /htmlaquot;How did we get this?aquot; they all though. They didna#39;t know, but the dove had sprinkled wooden splinters all over the place. aquot;OUCH!aquot; yelled out all the loins. aquot; This hurts. Ah, we cana#39;t run anymore. Ahhhhhh!aquot; aquot;Help! Help!aquot; called out the lions.
|Title||:||Tell Me A Story|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2010-04-28|