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Outside the village, a HUMONGOUS empty chair sat at the side of the road. The villagers tell stories of a nice little boy, Luka, the son of the grocer, who became a giant. Every year he grew twice as big as the year before and the villagers, who were only two feet tall, worried that he would destroy their village. They built a house in the woods and a big chair for him ...more
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Published August 20th 2014 by FriesenPress
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A life-long Manitoban, I have been writing stories for as long as I can remember.
Although my career path has taken me in a different direction (medicine; anesthesiology), I have not found anything that fulfills me spiritually as much as 'putting pen to paper'.

The idea for my first children's book came from my interactions with my nephew Maksym when he was 3 years old. There is a giant chair by
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