The Forester's Helper

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The Celtic story of old, "The Goose Girl" has been a favorite for hundreds of years. After reading the story I found it difficult to understand. This is my version of the several hundred year old fable. Now it is a very easy read for young folks who take our electronic world for granted. They too will be able to understand the message that the wise old story tellers of yesteryear were conveying.

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Words: 2,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476022420
About Jeff Cross

Above all, I'm a father and a grandfather. I've began writing first to entertain my family, hence my fiction novels for children. When I began getting lots of calls about technical information concerning my job, I decided to write some non-fiction books. I am an ICC certified combination inspector for a small to mid-sized city in East Texas. With the background in construction and the education from several apprinticeships I've been able to obtain several trade license including a masters. I now do consulting for home construction and I'm working on a series of books to help the common man (or woman) understand how plumbing and electrical systems work.

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Review by: Shannon Glenn on March 26, 2010 :
A solid story with good structure and pace. The dialog feels a bit forced at times. I found myself chuckling at some of the modern slang, but it lacked consistency. Also the characters are multi-generational, and different generations should use their own vernacular. The extensive use of modern gadgetry was a clever twist. But over all, it feels like an earlier draft of a better work. It could use some polishing.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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