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A Fish With A Wish by Ethan Crownberry

On IT'S STORY TIME: A Fish With A Wish by author Ethan Crownberry
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With a wonderful rhyming verse we begin this fishy tale.  If you only had one wish to make, would you change your life, or would you change someone else's? Can a Goldfish find happiness in his dreary surroundings? Trapped in a tiny glass tank, a miserable goldfish makes it perfectly clear how disappointed he is with life. That is, until a series of
wishes granted by a magic star reveal that the grass is not always greener on the other side. Will the fish ever
find true happiness? Join him on his quest for a better life and his journey into selflessness in this heartwarming tale with such a bittersweet ending it will make you cry with joy.
Author Ethan Crownberry is also the author of three other great books: Johnny Jetpack, The Willies, and Bobby Bumbles Afraid To Fly--to take a look or to buy your copy visit: Ethan Crownberry, and LULU.

Buy Ethan Crownberry's books at: www.lulu.com/spotlight/ethancrownberry



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 Snack Attack by Marsha Casper Cook

On IT'S STORY TIME: Snack Attack by Marsha Casper Cook~   

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Addison thinks he s got the best mommy in the whole world when she lets him have whatever he wants to eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner even when it s chocolate candy, cookies and ice cream. Addison quickly learns how easy it can be to have too much of a good thing and that mommies & daddies really do know best!  Author Marsha Casper Cook will be ON the Show to read her story!


Marsha Casper Cook is the author of six published books and 11 feature-length screenplays. Her screenplay co- authored by Craig Clyde is optioned at this time. Her published works include “LOVE CHANGES,” a romantic novel about a family in crisis, and “Sala, More Than a Survivor,” a non-fiction biography about being a teenager and surviving the Holocaust. She has also written four books for young children, “Snack Attack” and “The Magical Leaping Lizard Potion” and the poetry collection “The Busy Bus.” Her brand new book “No Clues No Shoes” is the first of the Emelina Hewitt and her dog Stanley series. She has also published a book version of her romantic-comedy screenplay, “It’s Never Too Late.” 
She is also the host of A GOOD STORY IS A GOOD STORY on The World Of Ink Network at Blog Talk Radio.
http://www.michiganavenuemedia.com/

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THE NEST THAT COULD FLY by William Sawyers

On IT'S STORY TIME: The Nest That Could Fly by William Sawyers.







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The wonderful story of Troy and Tammy, two robins about to embark on parenthood. Two girls and two boys round out the robin family. The story follows these four hatch-lings as they grow, and eventually learn how to fly. One windy day as a storm blows though their neighborhood, something strange happens.....


Aside from "The Nest That Could Fly", Bill Sawyers has written several more wonderful children's picture books: "What Am I?", and "What Am I? Bugs".  He also writes children's poetry and short stories (that you can discover on his website for free).

To find out more about Wiliam Sawyers visit: http://freewebs.com/william2233 
BUY AT:http://www.lulu.com/shop/william-sawyers/the-nest-that-could-fly/paperback/product-210043.html
you may also purchase his books at http://www.amazon.com/Nest-That-Could-Fly-ebook/dp/B001DQOWDQ

JD's site: jdholiday.blogspot.com

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