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Harold and the Legend of the Singing Turtles

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Article provided by Jeanne Conway
The Children’s Book Review | December 17, 2015

rsz_harold_1a_cover_final_art_4-7-15Harold and the Legend of the Singing Turtles

By Kathleen J. Mackin, Ph.D.

Illustrated by Jeanne Conway

E book on Kindle on Amazon, ASIN BO120QJT54, July 2015


5 stars from Martha K – “A Story with Important Lessons”

5 stars from Jan Collier – “A Great Find!”

5 stars from Tammy Loeb –“Engaging and Beautiful Book for all Children”

5 stars from Samantha – “ A lovely story with extraordinary illustrations”

Many years ago on the island of Tigo Tigo, there lived a turtle named Harold who dreamt of learning to sing like the birds. All the other turtles on the island discouraged him from trying to sing, telling him that turtles just couldn’t sing. But Harold was convinced that he could learn to sing and even the strange grunts that he was able to make did not discourage this melodious turtle. One lucky day, Harold met Melanie, the meadowlark, in the forest. Did she teach him to sing? Yes, she did. After that, Harold taught all the other turtles on the island and they taught their children. Even today, on the island of Tigo Tigo, on a hot summer evening you can hear the little turtles singing, all thanks to the determination of Harold, the very first singing turtle.

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