What happens when a cat (Dewey), a Barn Owl (Odessa), and a Jackalope (Jaxon) decide to live together on an empty farm and be friends? What happens when Joshua (eventually named man-servant by Dewey) fulfills his retirement dream of buying a little farm out in the country, totally oblivious to the fact that he will not be alone? That scenario forms the basis of many short stories in “The Odessa Chronicles” (stories for children ages 4 to 104). The following is an extract from one of the stories: Continue reading
“The Bicycle Adventure” is another story in the book “The Odessa Chronicles”. What happens when the man-servant discovers an old bicycle at Moonbeam Farm? When did he last ride a bicycle? How much help are a cat, a Jackalope and a Barn Owl? Continue reading
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“The Odessa Chronicles” is a book of short stories, the main characters being Dewey (cat), Jaxon (Jackalope) and Odessa (Barn Owl). They all moved into an old and unoccupied farm together.
Joshua (human – later to be known as the man-servant), was looking to buy a farm so he could live out his retirement years in total peace. Can you guess which farm he purchased? Continue reading
Another excerpt from “The Odessa Chronicles”, which is now available world-wide from all the usual on-line book retailers, as well as direct from Friesen Press. (see book cover link over in right column).
Joshua purchased Moonbeam Farm for his retirement, so that he could live his life in peaceful rural surroundings, but he did not know that we was not alone at Moonbeam Farm until … Continue reading