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Fibles : Children’s eBook by author M.R. Everette comes with 12 stories and adds 36 illustrations. Fibles are stories about the untruths that may befall on the adorable characters in their lives, and the ensuing outcomes of their actions. In each story, the characters encounter real-life issues; however big or small, the characters learn how to deal with them and end with ...more
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Published March 30th 2015 by Cookietwist Publishing (first published February 1st 2012)
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Susan
Apr 01, 2015 Susan rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I really have mixed feelings about Fibles: Children's eBook by M.R. Everette. The cover is as cute as it can be with the characters in their "12 Grade A Eggs" carton which are a character from each of the 12 stories in the book. Even the small illustrations throughout the book are colorful and geared for children but the stories themselves is what I have the problem with. Although they are animal characters with fun names, the way it is written with the play on words and the subject of things a ...more
Jennifer
Aug 01, 2013 Jennifer rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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I can't find any reason to recommend this book. Besides issues with the quality, I can't even recommend the morals presented here. Summing up just the first two stories in this collection will help me explain.

In the first story, a bird is determined to be the first kid awake and in line for a free weekend breakfast. The story explicitly states that the second, third, etc. kid in line will also earn a free breakfast, and that the only thing gained would be bragging rights. Which the main characte
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Susan
Sep 01, 2012 Susan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
M.R. Everette's, "Fibles: 10-Minute Children's Bedtime Stories for Modern-Day Kids" is the perfect name for this book. It has a dozen stories that are all short in length (you can read one in 10 minutes easy) but they are not short on entertainment. With cute names like Wisee the wise owl, McKoo the cuckoo bird, and Ty the firefly the characters are easy for the kids to remember and each story teaches a lesson and gives the perfect opportunity for you to discuss how doing things like doing your ...more
Terri
Aug 17, 2012 Terri rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Fibles: 10-Minute Children's Bedtime Stories for Modern-Day Kids! By M.R. Everette is a fun book that features imaginative and lesson-learning stories for children. The book teach some great lessons, including the importance of waking up early, not believing everything you hear, and doing what you are supposed to do before you go and have fun. These lessons could easily be the catalyst to start important conversations with children without them even realizing that they are learning about ...more
Elizabeth Ehlen
Apr 22, 2015 Elizabeth Ehlen rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Fibles features several Christian short stories designed as fables (fable + Bible - get it!!???!?) to answer the life questions of children. Erlee Bird teaches children to make a morning and evening bedtime routine in order to be first in line for breakfast, Moonie the calf being swindled for a wooden nickel by a fast talking Billy the Buffalo, Potter the Otter learning to do his homework before playtime, and several others.

The stories were cute, and my 6 year old daughter enjoyed them, even gi
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Paula
Feb 17, 2015 Paula rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
While the ancient fables, fictions that point to the truth, of the storyteller Aesop are a classic they are not always relatable for today's youth. M.R.Everettes Fibles are useful to life for the world that faces today's modern child and family. This book contains 12 quick and poignant stories to teach important lessons that every child needs and should learn in a fun and entertaining way.

My favorite of the fables from Fible is The Guppible One that tells of the repercussions of playing hooky, g
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Deborah Bean
Mar 18, 2015 Deborah Bean rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was such a cute book with lessons that are easy to understand by children. The pictures are sure to hold the child’s attention while the names of the characters will have them giggling. I read this story to my grandson and he made me read it a couple of times. He is only 2 so the lessons won’t quite stick yet, but for the older toddlers, it is a great starting point.
I give this book 5 stars for creativity in teaching toddlers and preschoolers valuable lessons. This goes to prove that by mak
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Julie Baswell
Feb 20, 2015 Julie Baswell rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is a nice collection of adventure stories written for children. Each story has a plot where the character learns a lesson, which in turn is teaching the child a lesson also. The characters in the stories have quirky names like Fraidy the cat, Erlee the bird, and so on. I thought the various illustrations were spot on. As an adult, I would love to read these to my grandchildren as bedtime stories. I know they would love them. I could see these stories becoming a beloved series of television ...more
Kristine Hall
Fun illustrations and stories, but writing needs thorough editing. As is, it's best read aloud. Full review on Hall Ways http://kristinehallways.blogspot.com/...
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