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Perth & Bo 1: The Goats and the Troll
     

Perth & Bo 1: The Goats and the Troll

4.5 2
by S. R. Mulrune
 

Perth, a koala, and Bo, a wise fuzzball, adventure across the land of Miyus. One day they run into a granny goat who wants some quiet time away from her herd, and a trio of brother goats who want to cross a bridge. They will have to be clever to help both groups, and outsmart a big, mean troll.

Overview

Perth, a koala, and Bo, a wise fuzzball, adventure across the land of Miyus. One day they run into a granny goat who wants some quiet time away from her herd, and a trio of brother goats who want to cross a bridge. They will have to be clever to help both groups, and outsmart a big, mean troll.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044857476
Publisher:
S. R. Mulrune
Publication date:
08/30/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
355,258
File size:
97 KB
Age Range:
5 - 11 Years

Meet the Author

S. R. Mulrune lives in California and has always had a passion for writing. He currently has two novels in the works, Long Volley and Paladin 13, along with a swarm of tie-in short stories and flash fiction pieces. A former newspaper editor and reporter, Mulrune has enjoyed the transition to freelance and creative fiction writing. His other interests include gardening, gourmet cooking, and gaming.

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Perth & Bo 1: The Goats and the Troll 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 12 months ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great short story with each chapter being a different story. Rather short (27 pages to be exact) but a good bedtime story for young children, no violence or swearing. There are talking plants and animals in the stories who Bo helps or tries to help. There are no morals, so you can make them up yourself or get angry. Pleasant boredom busters, but not much action from Perth. All in all, they're great short stories.