In The Land of Rhyme

Rated 5.00/5 based on 11 reviews
"In the Land Of Rhyme" tells about a fanciful place inhabited by clocks & people. But, the role of a clock is to tick and to tock. So what will the inhabitants do when a young clock appears on the scene and begins ticking in a different meter and tocking in the wrong key? With a strong story line that says, It's OK to be different! This book holds the attention of young & old! Get your copy now! More

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About Ray Turner

Born in Texas, schooled in Oklahoma, moved to California, met the girl who became my wife,started a family. My lifelong ambition was to write children's books... Wait that's not completely true. The being born, moving and getting married is true enough but I never had any idea that I would write children's books though I always had an appreciation of the kids point of view.

I began telling children's stories when my first two children were very young--that's been a few years ago. But when my third arrived I finally started writing some of them down.

Since then I have done or had done a couple of public readings which received encouraging responses and well, there you go!

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Mary Guidry reviewed on on Aug. 1, 2013

Very creative. Love the idea of using clocks to deliver the story. Encouraging us to value our individual voices no matter how loud or soft they are. Every person has a place in this vast world. We can make a difference if we choose to.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Gloria White reviewed on on June 28, 2013

"n The Land of Rhyme"... a land all of it's own. Just loved it. It was imaginative, and creative. A must read. I give it ***** stars.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Vickianne Caswell reviewed on on June 19, 2013

Ray Turner's "In the Land of Rhyme" is a delight to read. The rhymes were well-written and easy to read. They easily rolled off the tongue, making it fun and the story within was entertaining. The illustrations were well-drawn and enjoyable to view. A book that will have readers reading it again and again. My husband who is not much for poetry enjoyed listening to this as well. I would recommend this book for any shelf!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Brenna Peabody reviewed on on May 15, 2013

This one is a keeper! Love stories in make believe lands and imagination that runs wild. The pictures and rhyming are fun and light-hearted. And I love the message the story brings. A boy who is different from everyone else and the town learns they should celebrate his uniqueness instead of shun his differences. A great thing to teach our children early on. Absolutely LOVED it!!!!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
WILLIAM TURNER reviewed on on May 13, 2013

Great story, proud of my brother for creating this!
(reviewed 30 days after purchase)
Joanne Nermon reviewed on on April 28, 2013

Love this story! It's a great way to introduce children to creating rhymes of their own. The illustrations are so adorable too. You've got to add this one to your children's library -- you'll love it!

Joanne
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Joanne Nermon reviewed on on April 28, 2013

Great story! It's a great way to introduce children to creating rhymes of their own. The illustrations are so adorable too. You've got to add this one to your children's library -- you'll love it!
Joanne
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Joanne Nermon reviewed on on April 28, 2013

Love this story! It's a great way to introduce children to creating rhymes of their own. The illustrations are so adorable too. You've got to add this one to your children's library -- you'll love it!
Joanne
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Joanne Nermon reviewed on on April 28, 2013

Love this story! It's a great way to introduce children to creating rhymes of their own. The illustrations are so adorable too. You've got to add this one to your children's library -- you'll love it!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Joanne Nermon reviewed on on April 28, 2013

Love this story! It's a great way to introduce children to creating rhymes of their own. The illustrations are so adorable too. You've got to add this one to your children's library -- you'll love it!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
sandy hockenbery reviewed on on April 15, 2013

Simply adorable! Easy to read for small children or adults to read to their children. Cute pictures and a simple story that will make anyone young or old smile at the end!
Sandy
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