"Twelve Stories for Spring" offers teens through senior citizens a baker's dozen of fictional but realistic short stories set at springtime. It's for both men and women. It's great for quick breaks. Travelers especially like it because it's a fun, quick read. It can be read alone, but it's the second book in the "Two Good Feet" series. More
Take a break!
"Twelve Stories for Spring" offers a baker's dozen of fictional but realistic short stories set at spring, that glorious season of rebirth.
If you're between the ages of teen through senior citizen and you could use a few minutes of relaxation, you'll love it! Short stories take far less time to read than a novel, and you can resume the book easily if you're interrupted.
Some of the stories take place during spring holidays like Easter and Mother's Day. Others occur during traditional spring events like a prom, a wedding, the start of fishing season, the Kentucky Derby, and the Indy 500. One depicts an international traveler dealing with delays due to a spring snowstorm. Another features an autistic boy at a therapeutic riding center.
"Twelve Stories for Spring" is the second of four books in the "Two Good Feet" series. It is the sequel to "Stories for the 12 Days of Christmas." "Twelve Stories for Summer" and "Twelve Stories for Fall" follow it. All four books can be read and enjoyed individually, however.
If you enjoy an excellent quick read, you'll love "Twelve Stories for Spring!"