JAWs Fairy Tales Collection: SKIP: a fairy tale, AUGUSTINE: a mouse tale, GRIN: a troll tale James Andrew Wilson

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Published: September 22nd 2013

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72 pages


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JAWs Fairy Tales Collection: SKIP: a fairy tale, AUGUSTINE: a mouse tale, GRIN: a troll tale  by  James Andrew Wilson

JAWs Fairy Tales Collection: SKIP: a fairy tale, AUGUSTINE: a mouse tale, GRIN: a troll tale by James Andrew Wilson
September 22nd 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 72 pages | ISBN: | 6.37 Mb

“Some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.”—C.S. LewisJAW’s Fairy Tales are humorous stories perfect for your lunch break, for post office lines, for escaping the mundane day-to-day. Think of them like potato chips, orMore“Some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.”—C.S. LewisJAW’s Fairy Tales are humorous stories perfect for your lunch break, for post office lines, for escaping the mundane day-to-day. Think of them like potato chips, or perhaps your favorite chocolate candy—a pleasure to your literary taste buds, with zero-calorie guilt.SKIP: a fairy taleIt’s Monday morning, and Judy Green is still in bed, with no plans of leaving until lunch.

Yes, she was supposed to work today, she was supposed to put in her hours, to be a responsible adult. Not going to happen. She’s going to skip work and eat cookies in bed. Ha! But then she is visited by a little magical creature with a big attitude, a fairy who is about to turn her day off into the most wonderful and terrible event of her life.AUGUSTINE: a mouse taleAugustine has seen the signs: the zombie apocalypse is imminent.

Humans used to have better posture, they used to listen during church services, until that abhorrent procedure blasphemously referred to as “texting” began to take over their minds. Now it is only a matter of time before they all become shambling beasts in a cyber wasteland.

Unless Augustine can spark a reformation—a monumental task, especially when you’re only three inches tall (not including your tail). The fate of the world rests in his furry little hands.GRIN: a troll taleGeorge McCormick has seen better days. Nothing has been the same since Elizabeth and little Bill were taken from him two years ago. Lately he’s been grumpy, not smiling, just plain unhappy. After an accident involving a five-gallon bucket, a light bulb and a headboard, George wakes from a disturbing nightmare to find a peculiar visitor in his bedroom.

The visitor is not very happy either- he’s just trying to do his job, but the world isn’t fair, and it’s hard to smile when you only have one tooth, and no one gives you proper recognition, and you’re a troll. When George and the troll discover that they have a similar interest—revenge—they embark on a quest that will lead them to a secret swamp in the heart of Chicago, all the way to the end of their bad attitudes .

. . or Death—whichever comes first.All profits from this book will be donated to Amazima Ministries. Your purchase will help vulnerable children in Uganda. Find out more at www.amazima.org.



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