Tales to Tattle gathers ten separate short stories, ranging from different settings – from the fantastic world to the real one, where unusual events intertwine naturally.
Sparkles: A rainbow-eating unicorn falls into the real world by mistake.
Under the Sea: An unusual day of Ayda, a mermaid living near the Hawaiian islands.
The Caravan: An Arab boy has a scary experience with a Genie and an Oasis Spirit during the Caravan’s overnight stay.
Halloween: A real boy helps three ghosts to cross over into the afterlife during Halloween.
The Purple Blanket: A young boy receives a magic blanket from his grandmother and uses it to travel into the settings of the books he has read.
The Pile of Maple Leaves: A dragon egg falls from the nest and reaches the Human World.
Charles: A British Blue Shorthair tomcat leaves the comfort of the apartment to explore the outside world alongside with his pigeon friend, Pipp.
Sumire’s New Friend: A young Japanese girl uses a talisman to get a new friend: a dragon.
The Wishfall: A young boy wishes his friend wins the race in which he also races. This triggers events in the Unseen World, which will make his wish come true.
Broken Strings: A boy gets caught in the storm on his way home. He finds shelter in an abandoned lighthouse, but he makes an incredible new friend.
Targeted Age Group:: Children, All ages
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I've enjoyed tremendously reading and listening to stories when I was a child (who hasn't?). There are so many stories untold, so here is my little contribution to all the children who want and deserve to hear engaging stories!
Read them to your toddlers or enjoy them yourselves!
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Some of the names are descriptive of the character that's wearing them, while others are names that I like.
"Just wait until someone gets into the building and then wait for the Owners in front of the door," suggested Pipp cheerfully.
"That sounds like a good plan, but then they will know I was out."
"Who cares? Come!" Pipp soared up in the air. “Come on! Take the leap!"
Charles looked down the building wall. It was quite high. He imagined how he would jump from one cornice to another, to the hood of the windows below and from there, without a trace of panic, he would land gracefully on the pavement.
"Come on! You're a cat, for cryin' out loud!" yelled Pipp flying in circles.
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