This is a document of about 950 words, but is very powerful. This is a hypnotic fable to assist and encourage people who may consider themselves to be late-bloomers. this state can cause anxiety and frustration. This gentle fable, when read as instructed, can assist in comforting the person in the process of "blooming."
It's 1984 and the future looks bright for college student and future yuppie Joyce Bacyrus, until her computer geek friend opens up a portal to an alternate universe. She and her friends must rescue a young woman while facing off against a feminazi witch, a heavy metal sorcerer and a prince who's from New Jersey.
Today there is a new kid in class, Sydney Skunk. His new classmates do not accept him at first because he is different (stinky). But one of them becomes his friend and teaches the others that we are all unique and that is what makes us special.
"Who Needs Spots Anyway?" is a story about a ladybug and her mother. Catie is a little ladybug who realizes when she starts school that she's different from the other ladybugs: she doesn't have any spots. Catie slowly begins to build her self-esteem and a beautiful thing happens to her. This story teaches children that everyone is different and that's a wonderful thing.
Three short fictional stories, showing a young boy, an adult woman and a teenager as they are - different, standing out and isolated.
These snapshots reveal their inner struggles, leaving you wondering what will happen next.
Jedediah Prentis is 17 years old and the son of Cole Prentis, the lighthouse keeper, and also the keeper of many secrets. Jedediah is struggling to find his own identity; should he follow in his father's footsteps and be the future Guardian of the Mer for Safe Harbor Island or can he force a destiny of his own making with the extraordinary gifts he's been blessed with. Continue the journey