Stories reshape young people’s characters. In simple words, they carry lessons behind them. Among other things;
they teach young people that everything serves a specific purpose in their lives,
they should keep good friends and do away with the wrong ones,
In this world, nothing lasts forever,
Storytelling was and is the best tool to stimulate creativity in their minds. Enjoy them!!!
Targeted Age Group:: 9 and above
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I have deep love for children and i want to use my writing gift to sharpen their future and characters.
IN THE JUNGLE
A long, long time ago in the deep jungle of Africa, there lived a young and energetic Lion known as the King of the jungle. The jungle was a magnificent place, with cascading flowers and waterfall, and rolling stones. The lion woke up every morning, roared and rattled the nearby hills. Then, he would pace across his kingdom majestically and take a cool bath under the waterfall. The water ran down his body and he would apply natural oil on his skin. Life was wonderful indeed.
As the time to hunt for a wife came along he refused to marry anybody. He felt women were too demanding.
“I am happy the way I am. I am enjoying my bachelorhood,” he said in a thunderous and authoritative voice.
Tortoise the wisest men in the land tried to give him some advice but he turned him down. The young lion enjoyed the life of partying and clubbing. He had nothing to worry about. That's to say, he had a leadership position, killed animals as he wished and had the most beautiful, oily skin in the whole world. He was the center of attention in the kingdom.
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I was born and raised in Kanye, Southern District, Botswana by a single parent, where I live with my lovely wife, 97 kilometers outside Gaborone. I am a writer of motivational, Christian fiction, and nonfiction books I am a motivational speaker.
My books include the following; provoking the supernatural through faith, prayers that provoke the supernatural, short stories for children, enough is enough, the power of the spoken word, and many others which are doing exceptionally well.