The Little Boy and the Sea (Children's Books)

· lazarusInfinity
17 reviews

About this ebook

 "If you can't make it a happy day for yourself, you can make it one for someone else."  That's the the first lesson learned in a heartwarming, easy to read tale of a young boy's efforts to make friends.  From overcoming kids at school teasing him for dreaming big to helping those less fortunate, this collection of children's stories is created by award-winning playwright lazarusInfinity.  This first volume in a series of kids stories is sure to inspire children of all ages.

Keywords:  kids stories, children's fiction, bedtime stories, beginner readers, elementary fiction

Ratings and reviews

17 reviews
Texas Moore
March 3, 2016
Very good childrens book. Talks about GOD and JESUS. And Loving everyone.
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Angela Jackson
June 30, 2016
A Very enchanting read.
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crazy cande
June 14, 2016
For this is the best book ever
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About the author

lazarusInfinity is a prolific artist heavily influenced by a who's who of incredible writers from Langston Hughes and Ernest Hemingway to August Wilson and Arthur Miller.  Continuing to stretch creative boundaries in addition to playwriting and fiction, lazarusInfinity is currently at work on several screenplays along with another novel.

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