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Three Children of Bear Forest {free eBook}

A couple of weeks ago on Titus 2 Tuesday I shared with you a post from Pint Sized Treasures about her daughter and her writing a story together.  I was so inspired by what I read I decided to give it a try with Peanut, who loves creating stories and songs all the time.  I just never thought to write them down…until now!  So today, I present to you Peanut’s first project–an eBook!

We had so much fun creating this that she even created some of her own pictures to go with it which I scanned in to the computer.  I was amazed at the purely creative names she gave the bears and the story line throughout.  There are even some tense moments where you begin to wonder if the children are going to be eaten by bears!  The tension, the happy ending, the background stories, and even the dialogue–it’s all there.  Who know such a wee one could produce something so intriguing?!  I hope you will have fun downloading and reading this little treasure created by my 3 1/2 year old daughter to your children or grandchildren.  Enjoy!

The Three Children of Bear Forest

The Three Children of Bear Forest e-Book by Peanut, Age 3 1/2


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  1. Keri @ Growing in His Glory says

    I love your daughter’s book. What a memory and an educational opportunity! Did you have to pay to make it? I would like information on how you did it because I think my daughter would like to make a book too.

    Great job, Mama!

    • says

      Did I have to pay to make it? Goodness no. Maybe I could do a future post on this but basically, all I did was type the story as she told into Word, enlarged the text so that it read well on a tablet or iPad, scanned in her pictures, inserted her pictures into the text, and add a few other free Office pics for special effect. I saved it as a pdf and that was that. Easy peasy. Well, kind of…. 😉 Hey, if your daughter makes an ebook, be sure to let me know. I know Peanut would LOVE to read someone else’s book who was about her age.

    • says

      I know, right? Amazing. Thanks for reading Alana! By the way, congrats on your new blog name and direction. I always enjoy reading your posts.