Three Tales for Kids
About the Book
Benny and Clyde, a pair of field mice, are tired of the same old meals. They decide to go out to find something new to eat, a decision that turns into a great adventure. What starts out as a simple trek turns into a life-threatening odyssey as the pair attempts to dodge their natural enemies and return home with their lives and a strawberry as their prize.
Sammy is a squirrel who lives in the city. This is only his third summer, so he still has a lot to learn. He’ll soon get his chance. When his friend Hopper the Robin tells him of a mulberry tree located five streets away, Sammy becomes excited. Getting to the mulberry tree and then back home will be a piece of cake, he thinks. But run-ins with cars, dogs, and cats may change his mind.
Sally has wanted a puppy for as long as she can remember. Her dad says she can have a puppy, but not until she’s more responsible. She’s sure that she has grown more responsible since when they talked last week, but her dad isn’t so sure. When Sally finds a tiny kitten in her backyard, she knows that taking care of it will prove if she is responsible enough to take care of a puppy. Will her dad agree?
Three Tales for Kids was written with young readers in mind. Captivate your children with these imaginative characters and creative adventures of suspense and perseverance.
About the Author
Ray Neier is a new short story author. He has written poetry for his fellow employees on their birthday for thirty years. He has four grandchildren who acted as his first critics for these stories. Ray lives in a retirement home in Tennessee.