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Metta World Peace released a children's book - Blogs | theScore.com

[It’s] hardly surprising that World Peace just released a children’s book titled “Metta’s Bedtime Stories.” The back of the book’s cover reveals the bedtime stories include the following titles, “Tomorrow,” “Reach for the Sky,” “One Wish,” “Mud in My Bed,” and “I’m Afraid of the Dark.”

But this 34-page illustration book geared for 4 to 10 year olds go beyond World Peace making silly...

The Whale Who Ate Everything: Children's Audio Books

The Whale Who Ate Everything is a funny little tale about a very hungry whale who eats a little too much for his own good.

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publishing/writing kids book questions?
I want to get some of the kids together from my little town and have them meet once or twice a week to write and express their feelings. I'm in high school, and have some of my friends that want to help out with the project. Sooo, I was thinking...
Joss says:
I'm being more blunt than usual today, so bear with me. If you don't like forthrightness then stop reading now. There's nothing wrong with having them write a book as you've described and getting...

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