#112 – The Tale of Ava the Crocodile

Once upon a time, in a jungle so thick, it was impossible to tell one vine began and another vine ended, a group of crocodiles were making their way down a dirty river, trying to find some young fish to pick on. Since the crocodiles were the strongest animals in the river, they were sure they... Continue Reading →

#94 – The Tale of How to Crack a Walnut

Once upon a time, in a very lively forest, a squirrel was attempting to crack open a walnut by pushing it down a small hill and letting it hit the boulders below. This, of course, was not working, so Squirrel was starting to worry that he would have to eat from his stockpile of easy-to-access... Continue Reading →

#93 – The Tale of Jessica’s Little Book of Questions​

Once upon a time, in a world where asking the right questions at the wrong time could get you into trouble, a young girl named Jessica Marsh was questioning her parents about why bears have hair under their arms. If it was to keep the bear warm, she reasoned, then why would they need hair... Continue Reading →

Introducing My Illustrator – Alisha Towers

I am excited to announce that, over the past view months, I have been collaborating with artist, Alisha Towers, to produce illustrations for my tales. Based in South-West Victoria, Alisha has been working tirelessly behind-the-scenes to create wonderful artwork for a selection of the more popular tales with the goal of producing illustrations for all... Continue Reading →

#91 – The Tale of Chris the Completely Unamazing Juggler

Once upon a time, there lived a young boy named Chris who wanted to be the best juggler the world had ever seen. He dreamed of entertaining thousands of people around the world with his amazing juggling skills and, every morning before school, he would wake up, head outside and practice juggling with the special... Continue Reading →

#87 – The Tale of an Identity Crises

Once upon a time, in a world where being yourself mattered a great deal, a pair of identical twin sisters named Anne and Sally were admiring their faces in the mirror before getting ready to go to school. Both girls had blonde hair that reached well past their shoulders and they both had blue eyes... Continue Reading →

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