Wheezer the Wire-Loose Goose

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Wheezer is an orphan and a bully, who is hated by the rest of his flock. Children will identify with Wheezer’s search for self-worth and rejoice with him as he finds it. His courage and ultimate reward have special meaning for stragglers, strugglers, and non-conformists. Wheezer appeals to all ages. His positive philosophy is easily understood and, when practiced, promises life-changing results. More

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About B. Jane Lloyd

How exciting to find your calling just when life is supposed to be winding down! B. Jane Lloyd retired from a full-time job at the end of 2013 in order to pursue the passion for writing she discovered in her mid-30's. This was a surprise romance. She detested composition classes in school.

Lloyd started a personal poetry business in 1986, creating poems for special occasions tailored to each individual recipient. Freelance writing for newsletters and local magazines followed. Writing books came easy...the characters often narrated their stories to Lloyd while she transcribed.

And the inspiration keeps on coming...Lloyd's poems, articles, and stories have been published in various periodicals. Some are available on her website www.bjanelloyd.com. She looks forward to hearing from readers there.

Ebooks:
Wheezer the Wire-Loose Goose
You Can't Keep It In: Nana Knows About Life & Death
(5 more books in process)

Lloyd lives with her husband/best friend in the midwest U.S. Their children, grandchildren and grand-dogs live nearby. She counts her loving parents, step-parents and mother-in-law as special blessings. A large extended family and zany friends provide stability and delight. You'll find many of them reflected in her books.

It's a wonderful life!

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Reviews

Review by: Carol on March 23, 2014 :
Loved this sweet story! Great book for children struggling with self-esteem issues. Would also be useful in helping other children/adults understand those they see as "difficult" or "hard to get along with."
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Tammy Fein on Dec. 18, 2012 :
What a beautiful, thoughtful story by a talented author. An important read for anyone struggling to figure out their place in the flock.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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