NEW RELEASE! Seriously Silly!
Why was Tip Tipper confused?
Tip Tipper had turned seven years old just six weeks ago.
He lived with his family in a cozy cottage in the village of Nobble Ook. Of all the Nobblets at Nobble Ook Elementary School,
Tip stood out because he could hit a baseball, driving it way past the fielders, he could count backward from 1000, and could spell almost any word he had ever heard. But… most of the Nobblets avoided him. “When is the right time to act silly and the right time to act serious”? He asked King Obble Nook.”
Along came King Obble Nook, with some royal advice. He approached Tip Tipper, “If you feel a case of the sillies coming on when you are supposed to be serious, take a deep breath.” Will the king be able to help the little Nobblet?
Seriously Silly is the second story in Bonnie Lieberman's “King Obble Nook" series.
About The Radiant Rainbow Cap
Welcome to the Village of Nobble Ook, a place in which everyone wants to be like the King but not really… The King wants them to be like him.
In the Village of Nobble Ook, someone is going to be very sorry… Will he discover it’s never too late to become a better person? Love yourself for whom you are, and don’t try to be like anyone else.
In the Village of Nobble Ook, the King is telling the people to be like him… Can you imagine? Let’s open this book. Drop-in on the village and take a look.
In the village of Nobble Ook the king is telling the people “Be like me. Be like me.” Never will I agree. You are you, awesome! Like yourself. May there only be one you with that special laugh wearing the clothes you like, singing silly songs that make you smile, running and jumping in your special style... Enjoying every moment of “Being Yourself”.
My son-in-law, Michael, reading The Radiant Rainbow Cap to my grandgirls
Another satisfied consumer! Hoping she will make reading one of her life's passions.
(This was sent to me with permission to post)
My three-year old grandgirl, Bayla's favorite book is The Radiant Rainbow Cap
© 2021 by Bonnie Lieberman