As promised – to Ted Bear (the Very Important Bear mentioned in the title), and to the public at large, here is the fourth book in my children’s series, ‘Small Folk Tales’. He just wouldn’t give me any peace until I wrote a few cameo tales about his mates… starring himself, of course.
HERE is a sneak preview inside the book.
Don’t worry if you don’t have an eBook reader, Amazon has an app available for free, so you can download eBooks to read on your own computer. And it’s free to become an Amazon member! Can’t get much better than that.
I have one and I just love seeing my ‘kids’ and their pics and my words about them – plus my name as the creator – all up there on a bigger screen… and in living colour, too. My eBook reader is the Kindle Paperwhite and everything is in black and white and 50+ shades of grey, too. But it has its own built-in light – just perfect for reading in bed – a chore I attend to nightly.
But in the meantime, back to Ted. This is the second eBook about the pushy fellow who has shared almost all of my life – Ted Bear Esq. (The Esq. bit is his idea – he believes it makes him even more distinguished than his advancing age can.) That’s how his first book, his photo album actually, was named. Did you see it? It looked like this –
Want to ‘Look Inside’ as Amazon invites you? Just click here.
As I told you in my recent story about these upcoming creations, there was no way I was going to be able to get away with just one story about him.
No… first he demanded a separate photo album (with appropriate comments), and then another, fuller story as well. He just could be stretching the bonds of our friendship somewhat, but one look into those beautiful brown eyes, and the love that shines as brightly as ever it did, plus the added appeal they hold, framed in the ‘specs’ he needs these days, and I’m lost… hopelessly. It’s all too hard for a pushover like me.
The photographs were easy – he’s such a ham in front of the camera. “Well-ll-ll,” he says, with not the tiniest bit of humility showing, “Just consider how long I’ve had to wait for fame to arrive. Never thought I’d see the day in our lifetime, Mum.” (He’s called me Mum since he was new and I was two – bless his heart).
And then he added (quite smugly this time), “After all, what would have become of you after all these years, if I’d not been there to hold paws with, and allow you to sigh and cry and fill me to almost overflowing with your tears, sometimes?” I hate to admit it, but he’s spot on about that one.
Don’t miss either of these eBooks about him. Your small folk will love him almost as much as I do.