All Of My Favorite Storiesby Madlen Namro
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"All Of My Favorite Stories" by Madlen Namro is a delightful collections of children's stories that are sure to entertain and amuse the children in your life who love to read. "All Of My Favorite Stories" by Madlen Namro is the first book in a new series of children's books from this International Bestselling Science Fiction Author. Join Madlen as she tells four fascinating stories and take you on a journey with thru a winter wonderland filled with wonder, amazement & surprise.
- BN ID:
- WBMG PUBLISHING LLC
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- Sold by:
- Barnes & Noble
- NOOK Book
- File size:
- 2 MB
- Age Range:
- 9 - 12 Years
Meet the Author
Madlen Namro was 9 years old when she wrote her first book in which she described her adventures with her dog who was a talking dog.
Madlen made her debut in 2007 with a futurist book titled Komandosi, released by Anagram Publishing House. This book appeared also in 2011 on the US and UK markets, giving her the international writer status. In the meantime, she wrote several stories for children, published in London, and gave all proceeds to the Stickler Syndrome Foundation in the UK. In 2012, the first time she wrote Non-fiction stories titled The Black Pearl. This booklet was published in French, in German, Italian and in English but not in Polish. Madlen also writes screenplays and books for young people.
*With her book "All My Favorite Stories" Madlen gets to work with American Publisher Jeff "DJ Gatsby" Wilson & WBMG Publishing.
Madlen also works as a journalist for magazines like Mindscape in the UK and websites like Marshall Masters one in the US and also Mediterranea Online in Italy. Since January 2011, she has been a Full Member of the prestigious Women's Writers and Journalists Society in London.
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After his owner falls ill and releases, Lonek a Maine coon cat, he travels on is way to find a new home. He first runs into Stephanie, a fox, who allows him to stay with her in her burrow. Stephanie attempts to teach Lonek how to hunt, but Lonek who is domestic, used to being served, has a hard time killing other animals. Lonek felt bad that Stephanie had to do the hunting for the both of him, so he felt it would be better to say goodbye and find a more suitable home for himself. This is a very cute story about a coon cat’s travels. I found it amazing sweet and at times funny. The author did a very good job of placing you in the story