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Brian Brown Bear and the Strange Horrid Smell is a picture book for children. Some of the illustrations as the cover can be seen on amazon.com and amazon.co.uk. The book is available in paperback and in kindle edition. Links below if you would like to have a look inside the book:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Brian-Brown-Strange-Horrid-Smell/dp/1468127470/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1332456483&sr=8-1

(Kindle edition - You can look inside the book and see some of the illustrations)
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Brian-Brown-Strange-Horrid-ebook/dp/B006PNIX1Y/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1332456483&sr=8-2

Any comments are welcome.
Thanks.

I live in London, where I teach Brazilian Portuguese to children and adults.

I love reading and writing. First Friend was my first finished and self-published book and I don’t regret to have self-published it.
It was primarily written in English and later translated into Portuguese for Kindle.
Brian Brown Bear and the Strange Horrid Smell is my second book for children.

Apart from reading and writing I am always trying to learn how to play the guitar.

favourite books

Survival in the Killing Fields. (amazing story),
It's a Long Way from Penny Apples (another amazing story) by Bill Cullen,
Peace and War by Joe Haldeman,
Sweet Blue by Michael Kolanis,
Milk Treading by Nick Smith,
A River in May by Edward Wilson,
Shot in The Heart by Mikal Gilmore,
Slash and Burn by Matt Hilton,
A Perfect Execution by Tim Binding,
Growing Up With Lucy by Steve Grand (for teenagers)

Too many to mention, but I also like Sidney Sheldon, Jean Paul Sartre, Ricardo Pinto, Paulo Coelho ...

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my books

Brian Brown Bear And the Stran....

Edinaldo E. Santo

-What is this smell? asked Dad. -It's just the wind blowing in your direction, honey, -replied Mum.
DOES BRIAN CARE? Definitely not, but should he?


Brian Brown Bear doesn't want to bathe, brush his teeth or wash his hands. He is only interested in watching his favourite TV programs and playing with his toys.

His odour is not going unnoticed, though, and it is attracting unwelcome visitors during the night. Critters who leave a mysterious and strange stench in the air surrounding the home.

Brian will have to sort things out, and quickly. He may even have to take a bath or a few.

 

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Hi Edinaldo, Are you interested in read swap? Thanks, Aneta

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Good morning, Eddie! Would you consider glancing at Jessup and the T....

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I wrote 554 days ago

CHIRG I think you have a powerfull and original story. I loved the characters and the settings. Im not sure if I have anything else to add to all the comments you have already received. I have read only four and a half chapters but just because I don't really have the time to read more and had ... view book

I wrote 675 days ago

Hi Lenny, I've read a few chapters of your book, had my own thoughts about it and then read some of the previous comments. I think you should consider the comments David Farrington wrote to you, as it basically says it all. I enjoyed reading your story and I truly believe it can make into a grea... view book

I wrote 682 days ago

My second comment on your book: I have read all the five chapters now. Could you please upload more??? I can not have enough of it. This has to be one of the best ever books I have read on authonomy. My English is not good enough to describe how much I loved reading your story. Everything falls... view book

I wrote 683 days ago

Little black book suggested me to read Miss Manners and I started a few days ago, but life got too busy and I was forced to stop. I re-started reading the book today, added to my watching list, rated with 6 stars and added to my bookshelf and just because I am loving reading your book. I am on cha... view book

I wrote 688 days ago

Girg review: Amazing and well written story.I have read only chapter one and found it emotional and strong, to catch and hold any reader to the next chapter. As far as I can see from the opening chapter your book has all the necessary elements to be a great success amongst children. I wish you a... view book

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