Boo Bear has a Bad Day

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Boo Bear is having a Bad Day! You can read this free illustrated e-book to younger children. Do you have bad days? This little book explains why it is a bad day for Boo. The illustrations and text provide topics for discussion and asking questions. Kids will have fun looking at the pictures. There is a brief section on how to read to children to help anyone reading to younger children. More
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Words: 1,770
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310723643
About John D. Boyden

John D. Boyden was born in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA, in 1950. John grew up in rural Nebraska and lives in Southeastern New Mexico with his wife, Melanie, and their dog, Butterscotch. He has four grown children and three grandchildren, of whom he is exceedingly proud. Eyes on the World (First Edition) is his first Smashwords Publication. He attended Grinnell College in Iowa and several other colleges through multiple summer programs. John earned his Masters Degree in Education from the University of Northern Iowa and taught school in Iowa and New Mexico for many years. .

John has completed and been paid for several “work for hire” projects including non-fiction, fiction, news, and editing and has actually received money as a published poet! The poetic pride has endured far beyond that lovely $ 5 payment. He also continues to write annual novels at NaNoWriMo.org in November of each year and recently began playing at the April 2014 Camp NaNoWriMo where he worked on his first story for publication.

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Review by: Chase Edwards on April 10, 2016 :
Hi John--AKA JDB,
I was looking to no avail for any updated info about Cybertown and was so happy to find your "Boo Bear has a Bad Day" story. I really enjoyed it.

You have written a story that all ages can enjoy--especially having that wonderful twist to make everything all right at the end of the story. You always have been gifted as a superb writer, and I'm happy I found that you continue.

I've missed our fun days at Cybertown and treasure your friendship all of these years later.

Best Wishes (yeppers; that's still an "oink"),
Chase (AKA Chase4ever)
(review of free book)

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