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Bob Brooks

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Dear Reader,

For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to write a children's book. As with most of us, I never had enough time. When I retired from my engineering career, that excuse evaporated.

2012 was the right time, and Tales From The Glades Of Ballymore became a reality as an eBook.

Tales From The Glades Of Ballymore is a family-friendly book. Although the animals have many adventures, there is no violence. It is heart-warming and humorous. The beautiful illustrations by Karen Ohlinger help bring it to life. The underlying theme of the book is The 'Golden Rule'. There aren't many books like this one written today.

I released my second book at the end of 2012. This one, Ballymore Adventures, Book 1, also features the animals of Ballymore
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Average rating: 3.56 · 27 ratings · 11 reviews · 3 distinct works · Similar authors
Tales From the Glades of Ba...

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Ballymore Adventures, Book 1

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Ballymore Bedtime Tales by Bob Brooks




Dear Readers,

I am pleased to announce my new ebook of short-stories for children about the animal residents of Ballymore - Ballymore Bedtime Tales

This is the introduction:

"Once upon a time, a group of animals lived around a large pond. The pond was deep in the countryside of Ireland. Their little community was named Ballymore. These stories are about the animals' many adventures and how they l... Read more of this blog post »
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