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Da's Story Time: The Gunniwolf


This timeless folktale has been illustrated with thirty-six full color (or high-contrast gray-scale) images for color and e-ink displays.

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Da's Story Time: The Three Billy Goats Gruff



An adventurous young goat decides to disobey his older brothers and challenge the troll that lives under the bridge. With 38 all-new, full-color illustrations.

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Da's Story Time: Goldilocks


Join Da for a modern retelling of the classic tale of a little girl who takes a walk in the woods. With 64, all-new, full-color illustrations.

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Da's Story Time: The Three Little Pigs


Three little pigs set out to seek their fortunes and outsmart the Big Bad Wolf. With 52 all-new, full-color illustrations.

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Da's Story Time: Hansel and Gretel


The Brothers Grimm story retold from a more modern perspective by Margaret Lake. 38 all new, full-color illustrations.

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Da's Story Time: Rumpelstiltskin


A father's bragging gets his young daughter into serious trouble until a mysterious little man comes to her rescue. Or does he?

With 35 all-new, full-color illustrations.

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Da's Story Time: Little Red Riding Hood


A little girl, on the way to see her sick grandmother, meets a wolf who has bad intentions.

With 24, all-new, full-color illustrations.

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Da's Story Time: Beauty And The Beast

By
Margaret Lake

Illustrated by Jeffry S. Hepple


Based upon the original story by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve first published in 1740, Margaret Lake's retelling of this classic fairy tale blends the old with the new.

With 52, all-new, full-color illustrations.

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Da's Story Time: Cinderella

By
Margaret Lake

Illustrated by Jeffry S. Hepple

The 1697 classic story by Charles Perrault is retold by Margaret Lake in a slightly more modern setting.

With 49, all new, full-color illustrations.






Da's Story Time Presents
Stevie Gee's Halloween Party
By
Margaret Lake


Stevie Gee is not a happy little ghost. All he wants is to go to the big Halloween party, but unless he scares someone soon, he won't be allowed to go. When he searches for someone to scare, he meets Miss Mary, who isn't scared of him at all. If only Miss Mary can help him be scary, all his dreams will come true.



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Da's Story Time Presents
Sleeping Beauty
By
Margaret Lake


Seven good fairies, seven special gifts for the little princess: beauty, sweet temper, charm and grace, dance, song, music. But that's only six gifts. When the black fairy casts an evil spell on the princess, can the last good fairy give the princess a gift that will save her?



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Hi Jeff! and congratulations on your book! :)

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Jeff, do you know how these look on the Fire?
 

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They're very cool, Jeff.  How are you doing them?
 

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Ann in Arlington said:
They're very cool, Jeff.
Thank you Ann. It's a lot of fun doing something that doesn't require all that heavy research and fact checking.

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How are you doing them?
I'm using 3D software. It's essentially the same process that Pixar uses to create their cartoons.

 

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By the way, these also look good on Kindle for PC. 
 

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Jeff said:
Thank you Ann. It's a lot of fun doing something that doesn't require all that heavy research and fact checking.
I don't know about that. . .you get a fairy tale wrong and you might be in big trouble! :D
 

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Ann in Arlington said:
I don't know about that. . .you get a fairy tale wrong and you might be in big trouble! :D
Haha. I'm in big trouble, then. For nearly fifty years I've been embellishing the stories as I've told them to three generations of children. For example: Goldilocks is bored because Grandma doesn't have cable TV or Internet service so she goes walking in the woods. ;D
 
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