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Paddle Tail is the first story, in the exciting series of stories, about the adorable little beaver born without a tail, but Paddle Tail--the main character--learns, and so will all children that it's okay to be different.Paddle Tail's books are available in print & eBook form. They have and are enjoyed by all young at heart... be it a young reader or avid listeners.'Paddle Tail's Tales' are the series of books about the adventures of the little beaver. Paddle Tail's second book is titled, Paddle Tail's First Winter Adventure--published by Willow Moon. http://www.willowmoonpublishing/paddletail.html. Don't miss this exciting story.http://www.willowmoonpublishing.com/childrensbooks.html
Paddle Tail can now be purchased in print and eBook form at Amazon, Amazon Kindle, Barns and Noble's Nook. Both stories are published by Willow Moon Publishing. My second book in the Paddle Tail series is titled,Paddle Tail's First Winter Adventure--also available in print in eBook form from Willow Moon Publishing.
So be sure to get your copy. Paddle tail is a chapter book--so you or your child can read it night after night....
Author: Hank LeGrand lll
Paddle Tailís story takes place at a mystical beaver lake nestled high in the back country of Montana. It is a very peaceful place, and the community of beavers living there simply loved it.
Sara and George were extremely excited; this was going to be their first baby, but winter was close at hand. Up in the mountains the weather had already turned for the worse and the beavers were aware that it wouldnít be long until the really bad weather worked its way down to their valley.
The early morning sun exposed a heavy dusting of snow around the lake, making the air that much colder. George and Sara were taking no chances with their baby; George had gathered plenty of heavy logs for the fireplace, to make sure that their home would be at least warm throughout the cold winter months. He also brought in extra tree branches for food, in hopes that there would still be enough nourishment left in their bark for their baby. After a long day of stockpiling their food and firewood, George and Sara settled down for a good winterís sleep--or at least thatís what they had thought. But their unborn baby had other plans...