Warning: The reader is advised that this book may contain content that is satirical. Young children may find the childrens' stories disturbing. Some of the stories are based on real events. Names have been changed to protect the innocent. The author makes no apologies for this content. He only asks the reader remain open to the ideas presented and enjoy them.Disclaimer: This is a complete outline of the contents of the book. Some stories are offered, free, for your enjoyment. Please share it with friends and fellow readers. The final, fully edited copy in paperback is available from bookstores like my other books. I can send you a signed, free copy. For your free copy, I welcome balanced, full reviews of my books, posted on booksellers' websites. If you have bought a copy and would like it signed, please send it to me and I will sign and return it without shipping cost.
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3: Diabolical Recreation
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4: Scared Shirtless
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5: It's in the Water
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6: The Present
Sometimes, all it takes to achieve greatness is a little help..
7: Brian Bushytail and the Urban
Highway 288, also known as the Lady Bird Johnson Highway, approaches downtown
Houston from the south. Its wide median was merely grass until about 2006
when an ambitious project planted a forest of mixed conifers and deciduous
trees, bordered by grasses and accented by flowering trees like Dogwood,
Crape Myrtle, Mimosa and Magnolia.