Bayla skimmed through the water, rising swiftly next to Joseph
Daniel, splashing him. He waited expectantly for his human friend
to splash him back, but Joseph Daniel only sat unhappily.
Every night before he and his otter babies went to sleep, Bayla
would place the prettiest stones around his children, for he knew
that rocks that had survived the tides and torrents would protect
his babies from all evils.
other shadows all left at the sight of that shadow and didn't
come back all night. In the morning I found the most beautiful
stone I've ever seen under my pillow. How could it all have happened?"
Daniel turned to Bayla, hugged him, and whispered "Thanks
for the pleasant dreams."
Maureen Huntington, Superintendent of Schools, Orlando Diocese
"What an enchanting story! You are to be congratulated
for a superb job. The story is creative, delightful and clever and has
terrific appeal. I'm sure parents all over have had very similar experiences
with their own children who have fears of the dark. You have provided
a valuable resource for parents and children who face this problem."
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