The Blessing Stone

The Blessing Stone

by Frank Tagen, Terri Julians

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The woods can hold many unexplained creatures and secrets.
A place where the sudden unexpected sounds of a screech owl can
rattle the nerves of the strongest willed traveler.

Yet, Nub Little has seen and heard all the things anyone could imagine,
until one day, unknowing to him, he would stumble upon the unimaginable.

He would enter the very secret and inner realm of the very private and protected
World of the fairy.

Will Nub be able to escape from this horrible fate and make it back to the once safe
and comfortable place he called home, or be imprisoned by his captors to serve out his life
In the most horrible way.

Follow Nub on his greatest adventure where his job of mapping the woods was no more the
Ordinary workday he loved and was use to, and see if he lives to make it back to expose the
Fairies of The Blessing Stone.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157341374
Publisher: Little Village Publications
Publication date: 05/20/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 3 - 5 Years

About the Author

Frank Tagen lives in New Hampshire with his wife Kathy and their dog Buster at Story Book Cottage.
Frank has published mostly spiritual poetry and Greeting Card verse over the years. Though his first and greatest love has always been Children's Fairy Tales.
As a young boy he recalls, growing up on Bunker Hill in Charlestown Massachusetts, a part of Boston. I can still see my Grandfather Fred sitting in his old brown overstuffed chair, while he told me stories of when he was a long shore man working on the docks in Boston, unloading ships.
He would tell me how, at night, there would be "some funny business going on" aboard ship and on the docks. Nobody knew what it was all about.... but he knew, he said. It was the "The Little People" and "The Fairies". He told me that they would come from as far away as Ireland, England, Germany, France and Scotland.
They came here he said..because back home where they had come from, they were onto them, and would put up with their shenanigans any longer. I also remember my Grandmother Sarah would bake an extra apple pie for after supper and would place a small piece on a stool by the back door.
When I asked her once why she placed the pie on the stool, she told me that when we went to bed at night, "The Little People" would watch over us when all the Angels were busy and for this, she rewarded them with her pie.
So at a very young age, a long time ago, my love for fairy tales had begun.

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