Tales from Bombast's Bookshelf

Steve Michael Reedy (Author) Tom Fee (Illustrator)

Product Details

$19.95  $18.35
Monkey Mind Tales
Publish Date
January 01, 2020
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.5 inches | 0.01 pounds

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About the Author

Steve Michael Reedy, MA, LPC, received his undergraduate degree in theater, film, and television at UCLA. He later received a master's degree in counseling, and works as a licensed counselor in Dallas, Texas. He also holds licenses in varying forms of body work and teaches classes in Reiki, yoga, and meditation.


"Fairy tales have long been a part of children's literature, and these refreshing stories are a wonderful new addition to that tradition. With amusing fictional characters, magical woodland realms, and memorable turning points, Reedy imbues every page with a sense of innocent wonder, but also a fair amount of realistic struggle. Like many fairy tales from the past, these bite-sized journeys lean in to relatable issues, such as unfair prejudices, selfishness, equality, open-mindedness, anxiety, and even existentialism." (5 stars) Self Publishing Review

"Ages zero to 119 can benefit from the wit and wisdom, the humor and honor portrayed in each tale. It is uncommon to read a book such as Tales from Bombast's Bookshelf by Steve Michael Reedy. But if you take the time to read and ponder for yourself, you may find your mind and spirit turning child-like again. Books like these are why I love reading!" (5 stars) Readers' Favorite

"This compilation of tales begins and ends with a poem about a man and wife who travel the open seas on a boat lined with shelves of books. The tales are told as stories from within the books on these shelves, each of them offering a different mood--sweet, silly, or scary (but not too scary)--and all of them providing a moral. Readers will discover the power of positive thinking and learn the difference between being worried and being careful. They will also learn the importance of being accepted for who you are, which begins with accepting yourself... The entire collection offers an enchanting world that feels both familiar and imaginary, allowing readers to immerse themselves freely in priceless life lessons." The Children's Book Review

"Distinctive rhyming patterns make these entries a treat to read. Lines slide in and out of rhythms with elegance; rhyming lines aren't set apart, and they blend well with non-rhyming lines, reading like wandering into a field of wildflowers while on a already pleasant walk."Forward Reviews