A Bedtime Myth

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A recently widowed father is confronted with the impossible task of explaining to his young son the circumstances surrounding his mother's death. As he resorts to a bedtime myth to explain their new situation, he is forced to realize something very true about himself and their shared grief.

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About Joy Johnson

I have traveled all over the United States as both an active duty United States Marine and now as a Veteran. It is my supreme hope that my characters find their way into the world and provide others with the same kind of wonder that they have provided me with these past years. Don't forget to check out my book, 'The Death Dealer Diaries: Ashes To Ashes,' on Amazon and Barnes & Nobles. Here's the link: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00935YTUK

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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Jan. 29, 2013 :
A little heavy for a childdren's story.
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Review by: Mari Collier on May 26, 2012 :
Ms. Johnson has written a Young Adult tale with a moral. The tale reminded me of Oscar Wilde's tales for children. They too had a vocabulary some younger children would not understand, but I found them and this one delightful.

Mari Collier
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