Stories of Fiction, Fantasy, and Adventure

Stories of Fiction, Fantasy, and Adventure:

Short Stories Written In Grade School (Volume 1)

Stories of Fiction, Fantasy, and Adventure is a collection of full-color illustrated short stories, written during grade school in the 1980’s. They were written to be read by kids, and to kids.

Although mostly fictional, some stories were based on real classes in real local schools. Names have been changed to protect the identity of all characters, thus making each story entirely fictional.

Warning: those that try to apply reality to these stories may get in trouble.

About the Author

Professor Stowell’s collection of stories from his childhood and teenage years were written mostly during the 1980’s. Many drawings were drawn for the stories at the same time, however the writing and art was altered for digital publication. Some of the ‘mistakes’ made in spelling were intentionally left in if they added to the ambiance of the story. Remember, kids are people too!

Book Details

Paperback: 136 pages

Publisher: CreateSpace (February 19, 2010)

Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.3 inches (small)

“Remember all those stories you wrote in school but eventually threw away? Do you wish you had them now? If your answer is “yes,” then you need this book. Walton Stowell kept all of his stories and has dutifully typed them, lightly edited them, and put them together for you to enjoy alone or with your children. Included are the digitally remastered original illustrations. They made me laugh. I’m sure they’ll make you laugh too.” – Noel L. Tavano

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