IMAGINATION by Ph.D. Henry Walbesser

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This is a book that contains two fables. One story concerns an adventure of a young girl who lives in a town where everyone dresses as a clown and has a clown's face. The second fable is about a town and its surrounding farms that have all futuristic computer technology. Suddenly, in the dead of winter the power is cut off. Both stories are intended to stimulate the readers' and listeners' imaginations with the mind of each providing the illustrations.With a nod to Aesop, there is an opportunity, at the end of each fable, to synthesize the main idea of the fable in the form of a moral. After that activity, the author offers his thought on the moral of the fable. Finally, the fables are intended to create some humor about as well as some insight into the human condition.

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Published May 18, 2003 by iUniverse. 96 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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