In Tell Me a Story Papa, see how imagination and dreams can make things feel real. A young girl wakes her father up from a dream, and asked him to tell her a story … A book of imagination and dreams, a collection of short stories told in a dream, with colorful illustrations and tongue-twisting names. Each page makes a statement with an observation. The first page reads, “Years ago, before men came to the Zambezi River, there lived hundreds of animals on its shores. Ghost Mountain is a beautiful place with acacia trees and plants. The banks of the Zambezi is covered with wild grass, zebras, elephants, giraffes, hippos, and other animals. The animal herds were neither large nor small, and some had traveled miles to reach the Zambezi.
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Lafayette A. Johnson Jr., Ph.D.
In Creative Writing, Literature, and English
My Penn names are Liberty Dendron…and L.A. Johnson Jr.