Stories for Gramp's Little Friends by Lloyd Wright

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"Stories for Gramp's Little Friends, is a book of love containing twenty-six short stories. They were written for and read to his grandchildren, which gave enjoyment to him and them.
Some of the ideas for the stories came from the different subjects of Mrs. Finch's kindergarten class in rural Arkansas. The author's stories promote good manners, love, laughter, sharing, safety, and especially friendship. The stories are enjoyable reading for all ages."

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Lloyd contracted Hepatitis C in 1979 from blood transfusions. After Interferon failed, the medical establishment advised Lloyd to get his papers in order, expect to live another 3 to 5 years and hope something would come along to help. Through extensive research, and his studies with the highly regarded John Finnegan, ND, Lloyd created a combination of herbal and glandular remedies that cured him completely of Hepatitis C.
Published March 7, 2004 by iUniverse. 160 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Biographies & Memoirs. Fiction

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