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By: Drew Salah

The Adventures of Harry Alliss (and Friends)

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Read about the amazing adventures of Harry Alliss. The central character is Harry, a young boy with several strong female mentors who add zest to his various adventures. Get to know Harry’s amazing friends and their magical, fantastical and sometimes dramatic adventures together, but always with a connection towards strong family relationships, values and those special bonds of friendship. Harry may be flying in space or sitting in a doctors waiting room but the adventures just keep happening to him.

Learn about amazing things that you may have never heard of but that existed at some time. Unravel some of the words in the book to make the stories even more fun. Share Harry’s journey and enjoy the fabulous and exciting world of Harry Alliss. The basis for the stories is as a bedtime read, although it shouldn’t be restricted to only bedtime reading as they can be read at any time.

The stories are sequential, so they should be read from the beginning to the end as several characters are introduced during the various adventures. The central themes are rooted in what is around us and what may have occurred or happened in the past or present, including physical items that may have existed before. The idea is to ask questions and interact with the storytelling. The stories have the cuddle factor so that adults reading to their children can enjoy the story as much as the children who are listening to it.

Drew spent most of his professional life working in the Engineering Design Services sector, managing sophisticated three-dimensional software applications. It was a challenging and demanding environment and upon retirement his eldest daughter suggested that he went back to what she as a child loved best, which was Drew telling her stories completely unaided and straight out of his head. Never declining a challenge, Drew started writing a few months prior to his retirement and found the stories just tumbling out quicker than he could write them. Drew admits that this was and still is a most rewarding and creative experience that anyone could possibly want to pursue.

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