#221 – The Tale of Mary’s Monsters

Mary often struggled to fall asleep on time. She had tried everything: Counting sheep, singing herself a lullaby, putting her pink pillow over her eyes. None of it ever worked. Instead, she decided to make her lack of sleep somewhat amusing by creating catchy songs in her head to match the rhythm of the banging... Continue Reading →

#218 – The Tale of Noah and the Light of the Forest – Part 2 of 2

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT, YOU CAN READ PART 1 BY CLICKING HERE! One year before Noah and his family went camping, his parents thought that they would take advantage of the summer weather and host a picnic party for Noah’s fourth birthday at Greenvale Park. The party wasn’t planned too far in advance of... Continue Reading →

#217 – The Tale of Noah and the Light of the Forest – Part 1 of 2

When asked later why he had walked away from the campsite, Noah would sometimes say that it was because the smoke from the campfire seemed to be more attracted to him than anybody else, while at other times, he would reply that it was because the mosquitoes were getting rather bad. He would forever keep... Continue Reading →

#216 – The Tale of the Snail King

The Snail King woke up and stretched his foot. He slid his way out of bed and removed his nightcap, replacing it with the crown resting on the regal-red pillow with gold trimmings and tussles beside his bed. Staring at himself in the mirror, he adjusted his crown so that it would sit straight. Which... Continue Reading →

#215 – The Tale of Jonathan’s Monster

There was no better way to describe the relationship Jonathan had with Yoki other than that of owner and pet. Obviously,​ there were differences (unlike a pet, Jonathan wouldn’t have been too upset if Yoki suddenly vanished), but the similarities were great enough that Jonathan thought of himself as a particularly smart seven-year-old boy for... Continue Reading →

#214 – The Tale of Frolly the Frilled-Neck Lizard

Frolly the Frilled-Neck Lizard was always making mistakes. She was regularly getting into trouble for it, too. Once, during Frolly’s mother’s third attempt to teach her daughter how to move her body gracefully to make it to the end of a branch, Frolly slipped, sending her mother flying high into the air. Frolly watched from... Continue Reading →

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