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The Boy Who Dreamed Himself
     

The Boy Who Dreamed Himself

by Joel Anthony
 
Joseph tries to decide who he really is - a sleepy little boy or a beautiful Monarch butterfly? It is not every day that you wake up in the morning and find yourself flying over your own backyard. Joseph's dream will excite and entertain children as they too wonder just who he really is! For more information visit: http://jba-books.com

Overview

Joseph tries to decide who he really is - a sleepy little boy or a beautiful Monarch butterfly? It is not every day that you wake up in the morning and find yourself flying over your own backyard. Joseph's dream will excite and entertain children as they too wonder just who he really is! For more information visit: http://jba-books.com

Editorial Reviews

www.jba-books.com - Johan Rimmer
Perfect for small children and their parents, this simple story was a lot of fun to read.
www.jba-books.com - Darrell Roberts
Short and sweet. Beautiful colors and graphics in this epub.
The Children's Book Review - Bianca Schulze
"The Boy Who Dreamed Himself" is a striking illustration of a phenomenon that occurs quite often—a dream that is so real, the dreamer awakens to question his or her reality. Young Joseph’s dream is so tangible—and his desire to be able to fly and explore is so strong—that when he wakes up he has the feeling that perhaps being a butterfly is what he should be and being a boy is in fact his dream. This book is well suited to boys and girls of 3-7 years old.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012480668
Publisher:
JBA Books
Publication date:
04/08/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
7 MB
Age Range:
3 - 5 Years

Meet the Author

Born in Washington, DC and growing up in Virginia, Joel Anthony learned about the big things that seemed to matter to most adults and the smaller things that seemed to matter to most children. His loving parents opened the world for him, teaching him to imagine, to create and, most importantly, to relax. Along the way he received a degree in philosophy from The College of William & Mary, an event which may explain his penchant for dexterous language and songs of love.

When not adoring his lovely wife and sons, Joel writes stories to entertain young children curious about their own worlds. Two of these stories, Milo's Way and The Boy Who Dreamed Himself, are now available as e-books.

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