All Steamed Up

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Humility - 36 pages
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"All Steamed Up" is the story of two tea kettles; one an antique and the other, a bright new 'whistler.' The drama takes place in a rustic cabin in the Canadian woods. The kettles owner, an elderly gentleman, is oblivious to the many 'heated' conversations (in the form of steam) taking place right under his roof. The boastful young 'whistler' has an obnoxious attitude, while his antique companion tries to share his wisdom, gained through life's experiences. It is a lesson of humility versus pride.Although written as a children's book, readers from nine to ninety will enjoy and learn from these inanimate objects and human counterparts involved.

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