|About the Book|
Aunt Rosies Fables of Courage, Honesty, Hard Work and Wisdom, is a collection of artfully illustrated stories for children between 5-10 years of age. Each story has been written with a specific human value in mind and ends with one or two crispMoreAunt Rosies Fables of Courage, Honesty, Hard Work and Wisdom, is a collection of artfully illustrated stories for children between 5-10 years of age. Each story has been written with a specific human value in mind and ends with one or two crisp statements that bring out the moral of the story. These fables feature kids, birds, animals, even elves and emoticons. Each of Aunt Rosies Stories is crafted with an element of wonder and surprise. They can be read to younger children as bedtime stories, and the older children would love to read them on their own.The 12 stories presented in this unique and colorful collection are:1. Supercool Sewster and his Super-dream2. Emoti and Emoto – The Mushroom-dwellers3. Moms are Cool!4. When Fibby was Caught Lying5. Romulus – The Rodent Soldier6. When Terry Challenged Harry7. Rolly – The Tourist from Antarctica8. Rooney Reinster Learned a Lesson9. Mumbo – The Mouse-elf10. How Justin Rooster became a Good Singer?11. Zick, Zack, Zuck!12. Smucko and Sparky - An Odd Friendship==================About Aunt Rosie:==================Aunt Rosie lives in a faraway land where she has a little red house with a shingled roof and a wooden deck. Right behind her house is a creek of fresh water. She lives there with a dog, a cat, and a mouse- and every evening they all sit around a little round table to eat their dinner.Aunt Rosie has a mailbox nailed to one of the pine trees outside her house. When you write to her, the cat runs out and opens the mailbox, the dog fetches her the mail, and the mouse uses his teeth to open the letters for her to read.She often walks into and out of the cupboards in her house, loses her glasses in the grass or the creek, and talks to herself.All this might make the grownups think that Aunt Rosie is an oddball, which is exactly what she wants them to think. The truth however is that this helps her avoid the grownups and sneak into her favorite cupboard to write stories for you.