Little Michael & Snappy in 'Around the Block'

Little Michael & Snappy in 'Around the Block'
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Little Michael & Snappy in “Around the Block”
by Paul Vakerics II

Remember as a child, when things did not go well for you? Remember what your mother did? She erased those things. And you felt her love. Her love made everything O.K.

Little Michael and Snappy stepped off the front porch into a beautiful summer day. Little Michael had a plan. But things got in the way of Little Michael’s plan.

We teach our children not to give up in difficult situations. Did Little Michael give up? How did Little Michael explain to his mother the things that happened? What did his mother say and do? Can you find love in the answers? You are just a few pages away from all the answers.

Oh, by the way, how does The Adventures of Huff and Puff enter into this story? Little Michael and Snappy live in Huff’s village. It is named the Village of Maple. Have fun and enjoy the story.

About the Author:

The author, Paul Vakerics II, was born and raised in Ohio. He met his wife in high school. They have been married for 46 years. Their two sons are both married and have made Paul and his wife proud grandparents.

Paul is a Navy veteran. He has a B.S. from Ohio University and a M.S. from Purdue University. He spent over 30 years as a teacher.

In his retirement, Paul finally has time to write, bruise a finger or two while woodworking, and enjoy watching baseball.

(2014, paperback, 30 pages)


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