The Character “TO” From How the Snake Got Its Tail
This is To the happy snake from my book How the Snake Got Its Tail. This child’s fable was illustrated with the help of Doriano Strologo in 18 interconnected half pages. It has simple words and is an engaging read for adult and child interaction.
A recent review by reader Nathan J. stated, “This is an excellent book with a nice flow and a great message!”
Linda J. said, “I’ve read many, many children’s books and this book is one I’m certain children will love.”
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A Lesson To Be Learned
The permissive attitude toward marijuana use, though it may be exciting to many adults is no laughing manner when it comes to raising children (even though some may find it funny or entertaining after a joint or two).
The rampant abuse of pot among adults and teenagers has begun to filter down and impact a much younger population of children especially in our public schools. In a recent poll of sixth graders in a Los Angeles classroom, 100% of the kids raised their hands when asked if they had tried or knew of a classmate that had tried marijuana. Continue reading
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How The Snake Got Its Tail
How the Snake Got Its Tail is a fable about the twin snakes, To and Fro. To is drawn to happiness and light, Fro is drawn into the darkness. This fable is a children’s tale of right Continue reading