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my pleasure fran

On Jun 15, 2010, at 4:45 AM, tonyangelowriter@aol.com wrote:

This is great, thanks. “wow you up as early as me lol or you never went to sleep. Thanks again tony

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From: Fran Lewis <riffyone@optonline.net>

Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2010 04:19:40 -0400

To: <tonyangelowriter@aol.com>

Subject: review and endorsement home sweet home

Home Sweet Home

By author Tony Angelo

Poor Terrence the Termite has a real dilemma. He has to leave the home that he has lived in for many years. What is Terrence going to do? How could the owners of his beautiful home where the wood tastes great and he has a bountiful supply to eat and gnaw on sell it and leave poor Terrence with no where to go. The owners are going to have a home inspection and you can guess what will happen if they find Terrence.

Terrence finds a tree but it belongs to a woodpecker and he leaves. Then, he finds a spot on the water and cannot stay there either. What is he going to do? Even the beaver wants his own space and does not want him there. But, Terrence finds a closet, boy that must have tons of great wood and more to eat he does not know what to expect from the present occupant who lives there.

To find out if Terrence ever finds a home and if he gets to share it with the creature living there, read Home Sweet Home by master storyteller Tony Angelo and find out for yourself if poor Terrence the Termite ever gets a new place to call Home Sweet Home.

Fran Lewis: author of the Bertha Series of Books and Memories are Precious: Alzheimer’s Journey Ruth’s Story and book reviewer and Radio Show Talk Show Host

Endorsement for Home Sweet Home

There are many insects, animals and even people that want their own private space to live in. Beavers have dams, woodpeckers want their own trees and seals would like to live in the water undisturbed. But, when poor Terrence the Termite is forced to leave his home that he has lived in for many years, author Tony Angelo presents us with a problem that many people have when their home is sold and they have no control over what will happen to them next, they are in need of a new abode. Terrence goes all over looking for just the right place to live. Just like people many of the animals and creatures do not want a termite as a housemate. Author Tony Angelo once again teaches children and adults alike that just when you think all is lost, someone comes to the rescue. Well written, easy to read and illustrations that help the story come to life, author Tony Angelo has written another five star book.

Fran Lewis

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Endorsement for A Very Clever Firefly

A Very Clever Firefly goes behind that of most children’s books. As an educator I find this book an invaluable resource to teach children character education and family values. Even more it has a treasure chest of lessons that can be used when teaching lessons in multi-culture, diversity and tolerance. Kindness, patience, understanding, teamwork and life skills are all valuable lessons that are taught in Sunday schools. Using this book as a resource to start the lesson would definitely create a definite spark of interest in the children and keep them engaged in the lessons being taught.

The firefly is like the universal father of all insects and creatures in this story. You fall in love with him and all of the insets in this story. It even takes away the fear you have of getting stung by a bee.

With children having to learn that not everyone grows up the same way and sometimes the differences in our appearances hamper how we look, walk or act, this story teaches in a positive manner how using our intelligence, thinking and listening to the answers for the questions we ask is better than anger, hate and being mean. You can hear the sounds of all of the creatures working together at the end of the story sounding like their own rock band. To me it is a like a newly created symphony of beautiful sounds to hear and to behold.

Fran Lewis