Silly Willy Winston in the Adventures of super Snout

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In Silly Willy Winston in the Adventures of Super Snout - Have NO Fear our steadfast friend and unlikely hero throws on his cape and grabs his mask to take on his secret identity as Super Snout. He uses the biggest ears ever and his super large snout to help friends over come fears and embrace new challenges. While he does not leap tall buildings in a single bound, he helps friends understand shadows cast in the dark, climb tall trees to their treehouse and more.

Chapter 1 (v.1) - Silly Willy Winston in the Adventures of super Snout

Submitted: August 28, 2015

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Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Silly Willy Winston

Chapter 2: The dark sparks ideas

Chapter 3: Thunder is full of wonder

Chapter 4: For fun remember where to start

Chapter 5: No room in the treehouse for the 'what if I cannot?' monster

Chapater 6: Now that all fears are averted it is time for a nap

Chapter 1: Silly Willy Winston

Silly Willy Winston is a Basset Hound. He is short and stout. He has the biggest ears ever and a super large snout. Often he trips over his ears and paws. This makes everybody laugh and cheer. He wants to tell you a secret. Can you guess what it is?

His ears and snout have great powers.His ears stir up lots of great smells. His big, fat snout sifts through them really well. When someone needs help he makes a quick change. Then Super Snout is his name and over coming fears is his game.

Chapter 2: The dark sparks ideas (excerpt)

Silly Willy Winston has a friend named Sally. Together they laugh and play. One day she came to Silly Willy Winston. “I want to tell you something,” Sally said. “You can tell me anything big or small, happy or sad. That is what pals are for,” Silly Willy told her.

“When I go to bed it is dark. My mom says I am a big girl now and I do not need a night light. I do not want to tell her that I am scared. After all I am a big girl now,” Sally said. “No need to be ashamed. A lot of people feel the same way,” Silly Willy Winston told her.“Do not worry Sally. I will sleep with you in your room tonight. I will show you there is a reason for everything you see and hear,” Silly Willy told Sally.

“Just give me one second to make ready my ears and my nose. You will then have the full powers of Super Snout at your dispose,” Silly Willy Winston said.

Chapter 3: Thunder is full of wonder (excerpt)

Weather often changes. Sometimes it gets loud and dark. This scares Super Snout’s friend Mark. “I notice you jump when you hear thunder,” Super Snout said to Mark. “Soon after the thunder a bolt of lightning appears. That can fill me with fear,” Mark told Snout.

Chapter 4: For fun remember where to start (excerpt)

Super Snout was in the park. It was a lovely day. The squirrels were scampering. The birds were flying. All the children were having fun on their bikes and playing games. Super Snout noticed his friend Kate from a distance. It did not look like she was having fun in this instance.

“Hi Kate. What are you doing alone way over here?” Super Snout asked.

“I know how to skate. I know how to bike. I will tell you a secret. It should fill me with delight. In truth it fills me with fright,” Kate told Snout.

“What is that Kate?” he asked. Then he opened his big, wonderful ears. He listened closely to her fears.

Chapter 5: No room in the treehouse for the 'what if I cannot?' monster (excerpt)

Super Snout lives in a neighborhood filled with great yards and cool friends. Running from house to house is a favorite pastime of the super hound. One day during his morning run Super Snout saw his friend John. He was just sitting on the ground staring up at the trees. Super Snout wondered what it was that John sees.

“Hello John. What are you doing on such a great day?” Super Snout asked.

“I am looking up at the tree. My dad built me a treehouse you see,” John replied.

“Why are you sitting here instead of climbing up there?” Snout wanted to know.

“It is so high I think I may not be able to climb all the way up,” he frowned.

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