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This is a collection of George's short stories that are loosely based on real life experiences that he and his wife, Jean, have had on their farm near Fallon, Nevada, with the exception of Sarah Pig which takes place in Henderson, Nevada. Each story is unique and special to itself.
The Tale of Emily and Henry: An inspiring story about a Goose named Emily and a desert pack rat named Henry and their unusual but inspiring friendship.
The Little Helper: A charming narrative about a young boy and a seemingly insignificant ladybug who come together to ensure the continuation of the all-encompassing sequence of life.
Snip: An uplifting story about a wolf dog who discovers his true identity.
Robbie the Roller: An action packed tale about a young roller pigeon who is placed with homing pigeons and has an identity crisis. The fortitude he gains against these odds ends up saving a friend's life.
Sarah Pig: This story is about a Vietnamese pot-bellied pig who lives in Henderson, Nevada, and her special quest.
About the Author
George was raised climbing the mountains and fishing the lakes and streams of the Sierra Nevada mountains. At a young age he started to appreciate the beauty of the earth and the life upon it. Many of the stories he has written are first hand experiences; such as the lady bugs hatching on the eastern shore of Lake Tahoe - as is talked about in The Little Helper.
George is a wonderful storyteller. Whether he's conveying his first composition about Emily the Goose or talking about one of his real-life adventures exploring Tahoe. George entertains, evokes emotion and even teaches.
George's motivation is to produce children's literature that elevates values. He also desires to highlight awareness of children's development as well as their wit and humour. George has a great respect for a child's perspective on nature; the pure relationship of the two is an ongoing theme in his writing.