Springfield, LA (PRWEB) October 24, 2008
Grandpa Gray does it again. That's not his real name, of course, but he prefers to keep his other name for literary pursuits aimed at adults. To children he is and will remain Grandpa Gray.
By whatever name he uses, this author has created a world--The Land of the 3 Elves--that children love to inhabit and to explore. It's a modest sort of place, a small land consisting of a range of mountains, a broad meadow, a comfortable village and a forest sitting a top a salt dome. All of this geography is bound by the curve of a mighty river that on the eastern border forms a series of rapids and falls before it continues its course towards a distant and unnamed sea.
Inside the curve of this river live elves. If the word elf conjures up an image of diminutive pointy eared creatures engaged in innocent simple woodland pursuits, you may give up that notion forthwith. These elves are human sized and while they may prefer to sit by a fire and eat toast in peace, they seem always to be having the most incredible adventures.
Warning to adults. These stories contain witches, gnomes, trolls, violence and abundant use of imagination. May not be suitable for the overly literal or prudent. Perfectly safe, however, for children, who like using their imaginations and especially like stories.
To learn more about Grandpa Gray, Salty, Alphonse, Sopping Wet, Popcorn and the other citizens of the Land of the 3 Elves go to http://www.thelandofthe3elves.com or http://www.tbellsbooks.com. Here you can also find Mrs. Murgatroyd's Pumpkins, Nyoka and the Flat Top Mountain and all of the great stories by Grandpa Gray either in ebook or audio book read by Grandpa Gray himself on CD.