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© Thomas M. Willett, 2017

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The following is my first attempt at writing’s children’s literature. It’s one of those great fields that I have yet to really explore. I have written two very different stories here, and I hope that you like them. These stories are dedicated to those who wish to see the world differently to make a difference. Keep looking at the world all cock-eyed, you crazy dreamers you.

*Author’s Note: The people and events depicted in Little Miss Moss are fictitious. Any resemblance to reality is coincidental.

Little Miss Moss

There once was a girl named Little Miss Moss.

Little Miss Moss was a girl whose name was Little, but it wasn’t little.

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