Dreaming Thomas: A Fairy Tale

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Thomas cannot help dreaming of faraway adventures, magic trees, and scary dragons. But his daydreaming keeps getting him into trouble. His older brothers laugh at him and keep calling him "Dreaming Thomas." Then one day, he gets the chance to help the old King and the King's beautiful princess daughter.

Illustrated and written by the author of The Giant Who Woke Up in the Middle of the Night. More

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Words: 2,920
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465765437
About Vincent Miskell

Vincent Miskell is a college instructor, a writer, and a poet. He is the co-author (along with his wife Jane) of OVERCOMING ANXIETY AT WORK and MOTIVATION AT WORK.

His short fiction has appeared in ROSEBUD, INTERTEXT, ECLIPSE, and in the SF paperback anthology, the AGE OF WONDER. His poetry has appeared in THE LYRIC, POETIC VOICES OF AMERICA, and MOBIUS.

In 2006, his poem "Screen Savior" was nominated for a Rhysling Award and his poems have been published in ASIMOV'S SF mag (Sept. and Oct./Nov. 2006 and March 2010). His poem, "Seven Dates with a Time Traveler," appeared online in the May 2007 issue of FROM THE ASYLUM.

"Giving the World Away for Almost You" appeared in the December 2010 issue of AOIFE'S KISS.

"Godspeed Inc," a novelette, begins the Naomi Kinder SF adventure series, which continues in the full-length novel, RESCUING THE FUTURE. Two more novels in the series are in the works.

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Review by: Joy Smith on Dec. 03, 2011 :
Dreaming Thomas is an old style fairy tale with beautiful illustrations. Thomas is the dreamer who is so forgetful that he even forgets to milk the cows one morning. Can someone who is that forgetful accomplish anything?! (Cows need to be milked or they become very uncomfortable, and you have to wonder why they're kicking their stalls instead of Thomas!) However, Thomas accompanies his brothers to the king's palace even though they don't think he can help the king and thus win the princess, and they don't intend to let him try. How could Thomas' dreaming help anyone?! I think sharing this story with children will make them appreciate the wonder of the imagination. I hope the whole family will enjoy Thomas' daydreams. Have the kids draw their own illustrations!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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