A Teddy Bear Tale - Unconditional by Nick Davis

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“Teddy Bears protecting innocent children from Monsters under the bed since 1902...”

We all remember that special stuffed animal we had as a child, the one that we couldn’t leave home without. Now you can pass those cherished memories onto your little ones with this wonderful tale of adventure and whimsy about a child’s teddy bear, Tristan, who defends his child while he sleeps from the monsters under the bed.

A Teddy Bear Tale is the story of Tristan the Teddy Bear and his last night of guarding his child from the Monsters under the Bed. On this final night the Monsters under the bed are unleashed by the wicked Bogeyman and Tristan must defend his child from the Kobolds, the Goblins, No Names and No Noses, the Slobbering Slobs, the Knockers, Blighters and Silly Buggers, Blue Skins with bald heads and a Dust Dragon with razor sharp teeth. With his child's innocence at stake Tristan must find a way to defeat them all and stop the Bogeyman from claiming his child.

A Teddy Bear Tale is an illustrated children’s book written by Nick Davis with a nod towards the wonderfully dark gleeful style of Roald Dahl and is illustrated by Maryland Indie Artist Dan Nokes with beautiful full color ink art.

About Nick Davis

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Nick Davis is an Englishman currently living on the East Coast of the USA not too far removed from Charm City (aka Baltimore). Once upon a time he was a former White Dwarf feature writer; now a content creator, web designer, writer and dedicated father.He is married to a very patient Irish American lady and has three children. When Nick is not working, running errands, playing with the kids or burrowing through an ever growing list of ongoing house 'projects'. He can be found plodding away on a keyboard exploring the worlds of his imagination, wonder and whimsy.
Published November 26, 2011 by Alt-World. 40 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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