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With the evil Leprechauns (The Shangaar) hot on their trail, who would ever guess that the fate of the Littlest People would fall on the shoulders of a 10-year-old human girl named Clara Gooday? Her unwavering belief in the Littlest People may be the very thing that saves The FunGkins and all of Halladon from a fate worse than death. But first, she will have to deal with the evil Mr. Mustashio, he is one hundred and fifty years old but doesn't look a day over forty. Working for the evil leprechauns, he has moved into the funeral home next door, masquerading as an undertaker. But why have he and his sly talking dog, Snodsty, come to town? Clara is sure Mr. Mustashio is evil and is out to capture the FunGkins. With her trusty magic telescope in hand, she can become invisible at will. Armed with her bag of tricks, it's her plan to watch every move the seven-foot-tall skinny man and his talking dog make. Clara Gooday lives in Pirates Cove, a small town on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. The town has strangers living there. With their bird-like features, they are even stranger looking. Some are good, while others are pure evil. They all came to Pirates Cove the day Clara was born. But for what reason are they there? Who is Clara really? What secret does she hold? What if she's part of the legend foretold? Clara has many questions, but when she meets two FunGkins, she and her Aunt Tilly are shrunken down to size and whisked off to the magical world of Mushroom Valley. There all of her questions will be answered. Accompanied by her Aunt Tilly, a school teacher, Clara's journey will take you on a roller coaster ride of an adventure, one where there are so many twists and turns that there are just too many to mention here. So, if it's a thrilling adventure you have been looking for-- buckle your seat belt and hold on tight, for this is a ride you can enjoy all day and all through the night.
Born and raised in a town rich in history, C. Raymond is the seventeenth of twenty siblings. As a boy, he oftentimes played in the woods all day while observing the ways and habits of animals. He became amazed at how nature worked together. This fueled his already vivid imagination as he grew. What he learned enables him to weave the most fantastic tales. He has been: An Athlete, Teacher, Poet, Inventor, Storyteller, Businessman, and now an Author. However, of these, storytelling is his favorite. Oftentimes, C. Raymond can be seen in classrooms or on stage telling stories of folklore about history's legends and the days of old. To date, his stories have been enjoyed by thousands of students, parents, and teachers alike. At their request, he has decided to bring his tall tales to life in print form and soon to come audio books.