Mr. Longstory meets Mr. Longstory

Mr. Longstory meets Mr. Longstory

by Christopher G. Nicholson

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Overview

Mr. Longstory Meets Mr. Longstory will help provide children with self-confidence and parents with another option to help get their children to sleep in their own beds. Mr. Longstory is brave, helping to rid closets and below beds of those imaginary beasts. When Bobby runs into his parents' room convinced there are monsters in the closet and under the bed, his father brings him back to his room. He finds out that there are Mr. Longstorys and Mrs. Longstorys everywhere. Boys and girls, moms and dads have used what may look like a hand made into a duck's face but is really Mr. and Mrs. Longstory, ready to give courage and fend off all types of monsters. They are always happy, sometimes serious, and have no fear. Bobby can use Mr. Longstory to look in the closet and under the bed first, and he soon learns it's true—monsters are never around when Mr. Longstory is in town!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162983484
Publisher: Covenant Books
Publication date: 06/11/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 940 KB
Age Range: 3 - 5 Years

About the Author

Christopher grew up in upstate New York, eventually moving to the Boston area. Now living in Central Florida, wanting to live in one, maybe two homes his whole adult life like his parents, it took him seventeen moves in the last seventeen years to find home again. He’s been in his home over a year now. There is truly no place like your own home.
Prior to having his own children, he was drawn to helping others, particularly family members and especially children. His own children would come soon enough, or so he thought. Throughout his twenties and thirties, it was a steady stream of those needing substantial assistance. Opening his home and building extra rooms was a labor of love. He was always confident he could make a positive change in their lives.
Now in his midfifties, he does not have children or have to shovel snow anymore, but he has great memories of those crazy and rewarding years way back when (of helping family, not shoveling).

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