Billy and the Unfinished Land by Cheyenne Lazar

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Cheyenne Lazar: Billy and the Unfinished Land Young Billy was a happy boy. He spent all his sunny holidays in the large front garden and played with the many toys his parents and family had bought for him. Though he was an only child, Billy had never felt bored or lonely. He had a great imagination and was full of creative ideas to keep him busy all day. Billy’s days followed a regular pattern – every morning he would wake up and brush his teeth, wash his face and then have his breakfast. Then he would go to his toy room, where he would choose which toys he felt like playing with for the day. He would take these toys out into the garden and on to the lawn, on to a comfortable patch of grass. On this patch of lawn is where Billy would play until noon, when his mother would call him in for tea. After tea was when the fun really began! Just outside of the large yard, there was a large forest. It was a forest of big, tall trees with thick trunks and broad branches. There was a row of nicely pruned shrubs that separated the edges of the garden from where the forest began. This is the beginning of Billy and the Unfinished Land. Billy makes a strange discovery in the forest behind his house. And then his life will change forever. No child in the world will ever look the same way at unfinished drawings, after reading this book. Cheyenne Lazar works and lives in South Africa. She is one of these rare authors who can write compelling stories for children as well as for adults. More information about Cheyenne Lazar and her work is to be found at http://www.cheyennelazar.com
 

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Cheyenne Lazar works and lives in South Africa. She is one of these rare authors who can write compelling stories for children as well as for adults. More information about Cheyenne Lazar and her work is to be found at http://www.cheyennelazar.com
 
Published March 23, 2013 by Stories of Everyday's Woe Publishing House. 56 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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