Overview

This story is of the nature of folk tales and legends, describing the world of nature as persons treating persons as equals; where storms are characters, winds are friends, and animals and birds talk to people. It addresses the mystery of words, the meaning of nothing, the delights of friendship.
J.C. author

Young adults and even those not so young will enjoy this tale. Hard to neatly categorize, for it seems at first to be a children's book ...

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Tim and Tea

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Overview

This story is of the nature of folk tales and legends, describing the world of nature as persons treating persons as equals; where storms are characters, winds are friends, and animals and birds talk to people. It addresses the mystery of words, the meaning of nothing, the delights of friendship.
J.C. author

Young adults and even those not so young will enjoy this tale. Hard to neatly categorize, for it seems at first to be a children's book but it's deeper than most; nature lovers will enjoy it, but one need not be hardcore; it even has a bit of mysticism in it. The Wind, the Sun, and a nice little dog named Tea all appear. Good read for all seasons. H. Townsend, Georgetown D.C.

This book is ostensibly for children, but I loved it! It reminded me that we live in a magical world. Children are already aware of this, but adults need to harken back to those days when anything was possible and magic was all around. Thanks, John Coffey Joy Nancy

I would recommend this book to people of all ages because when you are reading it causes you to think. If you are a nature person, you should definitely read this book because all the things in nature appear to talk. Over all it is an excellent book. Ethan Cannistra

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044258716
  • Publisher: John Coffey
  • Publication date: 10/1/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Age range: 13 years
  • File size: 134 KB

Meet the Author

Author Bio:
John F. Coffey is a London born and educated Physician.
He lives in Radnor, Pennsylvania, with his wife,Gillian; and as closely as possible to their two daughters and the grandchildren.
He is the author of:
‘Tim and Tea’ by John Coffey; and of,
‘Five stories’ by John Coffey.
He is at present working on ‘Gower Street’, an historical story. The title has changed several times to date, and is expected to change several more times during its gestation.

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