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Within these covers you may expect to find something for almost everyone. Humorous vignettes include read-aloud poetry for the younglings'. "An Easter Fable", "A Different Christmas Fable" and more fun-filled Holiday offerings will appeal to youth and adults alike. "Nu-Ah-Da, E-nah Du, E-say-see-see-kee" will transport you back to a time when a Cherokee Chief brought new meaning to that trite phrase 'Father Knows Best'! For those seeking more thought-provoking selections, the deep-thinker in you will enjoy "Is It The End Of The World As We Know It?" and "The Unsung". Agriculturists who, in their youth, were involved with that great organization, the FFA, will enjoy "The Creed". Recollections of those days in Vocational Agriculture class will remind us all that those of us who like to eat should thank a farmer! The author dedicates "My Dad's A Dairyman" to that very special farmer in her life. Perhaps you're more into an offering of mindless mish-mash of a nonsensical nature. We've got you covered as well with a series of short stories which prove that truth is always stranger than fiction. Shorts including "Who's Your Daddy?" and "The Brick Sidewalk Caper" will have you rolling on the floor! "The Bicycle Incident" introduces the reader to an unfortunate and hilarious encounter with the State Highway Patrol! "What Drops Out Of Sky" offers a humorous insider's view of skydiving you might expect from a child. Fun with snakes...yes, SNAKES and tales of side-splitting educational presentations 'gone south' will amuse and abuse your funny bone. "Snakes Alive!" and "More Snakes" will introduce the reader to the adventurous world of outdoor education on the wild side. "Snake Lady" will terrorize you with her 'witchie' ways and unique presentation style. The sport of speed roller skating is captured within the verse of "Those Fast Women", and "Skate Mother's Prayer". "My Little People" knocks the significance of roller speed skating up a notch with the revelation that within the author's family pod, if the grandlings' can't skate, well..."off to the ________". You get the picture! Buy the book and find out! Those grandlings' who escaped that 'uncertain consequence', have been invited to share their writing talent within the "Grandling' Gallery". Author, Julien Harrison, age 11, offers up "Julien's Lament" and "It's Halloween". Of a more thought-provoking nature, poignant selections, "Treasures", "Friends" and "Soldier's Sonnet" express both feelings of joy and appreciation we hold dear for those loves of our lives. "A Gift For Jesse" evokes heart-felt emotion from the soul of the author, a mother, who has lived the worst and come out on the other side a stronger person. This story of life, death and lives renewed showcases organ donation for what it is...the gift that keeps on giving. It reminds us that those who give the Gift of Life live on in more than just our memories. They live on. As you delve into this book of life experiences revealed, stories told in rhyme and short essay will reflect much of the author's personality and a glimpse into a life well-lived. Put a smile on your face, fasten your seatbelts and prepare for a wild read!

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