Fipsila, My Story

Fipsila, My Story

by Bill Rueger


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An interactive book for children and their parents to create and share their story. Turn the pages. Read. Look. Write. Draw. Color. Paint. Share.
What's your story?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781482021578
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/15/2013
Pages: 34
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.09(d)

About the Author

Ms. Jenkins. Late 1960s. Kindergarten. I remember like yesterday listening to her stories. She asked us to make stuff like animals, objects, and people. One time I made a fish. We told stories about what we made. I don't remember the exact stories but I do remember being a little kid who was fascinated about all of this. Stories about people, places, and things would continue to fascinate me. Always. Everywhere. It's laughable!

At school, at home, and at work I would be called the guy who loved people, travel, and exploration. I always had a story and always encouraged others to tell theirs. What I found was that no matter where I went, who I spoke with and listened to, and what I observed the point was that there is a common element in every person, every animal, every thing, and every where. What is it?

It is life. Life. Growth. Change. Life is awesome. Life is good. Life is it. I became inspired to write about it, about life. Fipsila became the vehicle. People. Animals. Nature.

The Fipsila story is at There are books for children, teenagers, young adults, and adults -native English speakers and those who speak English as a second language. Fipsila books, games, and services are all about the common thread that link us to each other. In every culture and in every person there is life.

What's your story?

Who's Bill? Tough to define, right? Here's the nickel tour ... Bill has been an educator, coach, and public speaker in different settings in Belize, Guatemala, Peru, France, and the USA. He has taught and spoken in the public and private sectors. He has facilitated the learning process with people age eight to age seventy-six, including Guatemalan children and adults in Corporate America and France.

Bill is an author. He's grateful. He looks around and says: "Is this amazing or what?." He has had many influential role models over the years.

Bill is an accomplished triathlete: more than one hundred running races, bicycling competitions, and triathlons (eight Ironmans). He has a personal best of 1:00.29 at the Sprint distance triathlon and 10:34.46 at the Ironman distance triathlon.

Bill has lived on three continents. He enjoys family, friends, and being fit at his farm in the foothills of the Pyrenees in France and at Ruger Ridge in Arizona, in the USA.

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