Thursday, December 24, 2015

Author Shiela Jane offers bedtime stories for children

The Saltwater Ghost by Shiela Jane,
available on here
Oakville author, Shiela Jane, is making bedtime a little more fun for both parents and kids. Beginning on Christmas Eve and after that on the first day of every month, she will post a new children’s story or poem on her website

The goal of Shiela Jane’s Bedtime Stories is to create a relaxing way for the whole family to read and spend time together. Posts will include several everything from original stories and short poems to classic fairy tales, legends, and fables retold in a way that children can easily understand. Some will be gentle and sweet, some funny, and others dramatic, but they can all be enjoyed at different levels so will appeal to kids anywhere from nursery to elementary school age.

While the original works are under intellectual copyright, they can be downloaded or printed for free as long as they are not used for commercial or educational purposes. The first story - The Little Plant - is about a storm that happens on Christmas Eve and will be posted December  24 here.
Shiela Jane is an author and non-fiction writer whose work has been published in a variety of newspapers, magazines and anthologies. Her first book is an adult novel – The Saltwater Ghost – set in Mumbai, India and Prince Edward Island.

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