Another Short Kid Stories Author Published!

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It’s great to see another author from Short Kid Stories, GP POP getting published! Tales from the Hill and Burrow was just published by Propertius Press.

Three delightful tales for children by gifted storyteller, GP Pop; unusual and amusing yet oh, so wise. Small ones will want them read again and again at bedtime, and adults will marvel at the inventive twists and turns in these tales. Fully illustrated in color by the author.

These adventures are not for the faint of heart. Wear your bravest face as you immerse yourself in these bedtime imaginings.

Settle in and picture a chip “Monk” and his newfound badger friends sailing the seas with pirate bullfrogs on a journey to find a new bell for an old abbey.

Bear witness to a young bunny and his companions as they use brain over brawn while their village prepares to battle a dragon with a dreadful disposition.

Perhaps then you can imagine how two little shrews who don’t come straight home after school might get swooped up by a Great Golden Hawk or mixed up with a ruthless maritime rat and his crew.

May the sounds of ocean waves and hopeful sea shanties accompany you in slumber and may you see through the illusions of the siren.

52 pages, 6″ x 9″ and printed on archival-quality paper. Available in paperback and ebook. Additionally, an exclusive hardcover edition will only be available directly from the publisher, here in our bookstore.

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- Total nr. of readings: 253 Copyright © The author [2020] All Rights Reserved. This story may not be reproduced without the express written permission of the author except for personal use.

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