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Tales of Beau

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by: Harry Humphreys
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Publication Date: July 11, 2015
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 116
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White

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Book Synopsis
“Tales of Beau” is a collection of stories describing numerous challenges faced by Beauregard (“Beau”) and his friends on Angel Island.
First, in “The Angry Alligator”, Beau tries to understand Stella's lack of respect for anyone except her friends. He tries to warn Stella of a pending problem fast approaching in her life but she refuses to learn and must suffer the consequences.
In “The Mysterious Stranger”, the reader is able to join Beauregard as he meets Yogi, a misguided and lonely animal friend, who is determined to avoid telling the truth ... regardless of the impact on his own life. When Yogi tells one lie too many, he finds himself in a dangerous situation.
“Stormy Weather” describes how Beau helps Naila, a new resident of Angel Island, to "stand up" and not "back down" when bullies try to rule her life;
“Water, Water ... Everywhere” portrays Beauregard and Violet’s leadership skills as they lead their friends in a race to save Angel Island and Lost Forest from disaster.
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About The Author
Harry Humphreys is an author supporting the efforts of young readers in finding reading materials meeting their needs and desires. Harry, as a former teacher, coach and technology consultant, blends a background of classroom instruction, athletics and information technology into a diversified approach to his writing. While growing up as a “preacher’s kid” often created interesting personal challenges to Harry on a daily basis, he found ways to maintain certain basic beliefs while not feeling constrained in living his daily life. Harry uses his unique background to provide drama and interest in his book’s characters and the plots of his novels.

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