THE BLANKFUL HEART: A Children's Story About Thankfulness in Dr. Seuss Style Rhyme (Meus Tales #2)
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First was Mother Goose. Then came Dr. Seuss. Now here's Mr. Meus.
"Even better than Dr. Seuss."
NOTE: This book is a picture-free tale which is meant to be read aloud. The rhythmic words paint the picture for your imagination.
A WEALTHY MAN
"And the richest of all in that Babbleland
Was a Babble named Billy, a big-bellied man."
HIS BLANKFUL HEART
"But no matter how much that Billy would buy,
A something was missing, he didn’t know why."
CAN HE BE CURED?
Written in Dr. Seuss style rhyme (no, Mr. Meus is not his long-lost nephew), The Blankful Heart (Meus Tales #2) is a fun and touching tale of how the big-bellied Billy Babble cures his heart of its blanks.
If you like books by Dr. Seuss (like The Lorax and The Cat in the Hat) or books by Shel Silverstein, Sandra Boynton, and Margaret Wise Brown, then get ready to love Mr. Meus.
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE BLANKFUL HEART:
"Something deeply magical in this little story."
"Brought tears to my eyes."
"Nothing short of brilliant!"
"Simply amazing...even better than Dr. Seuss."
...and much more.
Included with The Blankful Heart is a bonus story: The City of Light.
You'll also get a sneak peek of the next Meus Tale: If You Want to Have Fun.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Who IS he, you ask? Who IS Mr. Meus? Any relation to the famed Dr. Seuss?
No relation through blood; just connection through rhyme: a marvel that travels through space and through time.
That Marvel of Rhyme, carried by Mother Goose, and so beautifully spun by the great Dr. Seuss.
Then the Dr. passed on, and his rhymes stayed behind. But who would the Marvel of Rhyme come to find?
There was a young man; as "Meus" he was known. And it seemed he was destined also to own...
That Marvel of Rhyme, that so very few see. Their names even rhymed--it was just meant to be.
Like you, Meus grew up with the Grinch and the Cat. And he felt in himself, "Hey, I can do that."
One day he was reading that Green Eggs and Ham, and then he just knew, "I'm a Rhymer, I am."
So he dug up some paper and pulled out a pen, and just started writing and then... then... well, then...
Born was the Mr. - one tale then another. So go tell your mother, your father, your brother,
Your uncle, your grandma, your neighbour, your sister, about this new Meus that they're calling Mr.
His rhymes have that marvel of old Mother Goose and that master of rhyme, the great Dr. Seuss.
That marvel of Meus: it's awe and then some. So stay tuned for the wonder... there's more yet to come.
"If you like Dr. Seuss, you'll love Mr. Meus."