This collection contains eight delightful and thought-provoking stories for young readers. The stories touch on a variety of subjects, with a range of diverse characters and unusual plots. Many of the tales are humorous, and all are previously unpublished. They were written for grade school age children, but readers of all ages should find the stories entertaining.
Cilla And Smilla--twin sisters turn bettering the world into a competition
What Was That Fred Said?--a boy feels that he has been too predictable for too long
The Shadow Box--a boy with no shadow comes into possession of a mysterious box
The Cat Who Was King--how does a cat become a king, and is that a good thing?
The Bandylump--Farmer Frank needs help in ridding himself of a corn-eating nuisance
Grandpa's Stories--Grandpa is wonderful at telling stories, but do any of them have an ending?
No Animals Allowed--if there are no animals allowed, then what are those?
The Hockenspock Tree--an ancient tree protects a town, but what happens when the town turns against its own?
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About the Author
Michael Puttonen is a Minnesota native and writer of action/adventure novels with a touch of fantasy. He honed his craft writing short stories before expanding into writing full-length adventure novels. Always an avid reader, his tastes include an eclectic variety of genres and styles that encompass storytellers both past and present. As a writer, he feels an affinity for action and adventure, and loves fantasy for the freedom it offers in creating alternate worlds. His direct influences include the pulp fantasy of E.R. Burroughs and the historical fiction of Bernard Cornwell. His SANYEL series features the adventures of a young, gifted female shaman as she confronts a male-dominated world. This ongoing series currently includes the books SANYEL, DISRUPTER, and CIRCLES AND STONES.
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