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About the author


T.L. FISCHER holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from McGill University of Montreal, Canada, as well as two advanced degrees in far less interesting subjects. While pursuing his education, Fischer studied in both France and England. A long time ago, Fischer worked as a technical writer, as an editor of online software documentation, and as a freelance writer. Then for many years he worked professionally with victims of family violence and violence against children. These experiences led Fischer to write about the Cozies and their world of simple pleasures, where imagination protects the innocent. At the same time, Fischer was determined to avoid the trends of talking down to readers and courting the lowest common denominator. An avid dog lover, Fischer contributes five percent of all earnings on his writings to spay-and-neuter programs. His spouse, D, volunteers for animal welfare causes while Fischer writes. Visit tlfischer.net to read more about the diversified writings of T.L. Fischer.
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The Cozies
The Legend of Operation Moonlight
by T.L. Fischer

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Thursby, a figment of the imagination, welcomes the audience to his lecture. Although only five inches tall, Thursby is elegantly dressed. One might also notice that his head is that of a lop-eared rabbit. Thursby relates a story about six “nursery figments,” also known as “Cozies,” on an adventure-filled night of long ago. On that night, the Cozies must figure out how imaginary beings can help to protect the human in their care—a toddler nicknamed Bingo.
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In a lecture hall on October 13, 1927, the speaker, Thursby, welcomes the audience. Although only five inches tall, Thursby is elegantly dressed; also, his head is that of a lop-eared rabbit. An English lop rabbit, to be specific. Thursby relates a story of long past: In a grand house in the country, six figments of the imagination (specifically nursery figments, also known as Cozies) have gathered on the nursery window seat for a theatrical presentation. The performance, though, is interrupted when the new nanny arrives. From the start, something about the new nanny makes the Cozies worry for the little human in their care—a toddler nicknamed Bingo. When their worst fears come true, the Cozies must figure out how six imaginary beings can make a difference in the world “out there.”
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Overview


Thursby, a figment of the imagination, welcomes the audience to his lecture. Although only five inches tall, Thursby is elegantly dressed. One might also notice that his head is that of a lop-eared rabbit. Thursby relates a story about six “nursery figments,” also known as “Cozies,” on an adventure-filled night of long ago. On that night, the Cozies must figure out how imaginary beings can help to protect the human in their care—a toddler nicknamed Bingo.

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Description


In a lecture hall on October 13, 1927, the speaker, Thursby, welcomes the audience. Although only five inches tall, Thursby is elegantly dressed; also, his head is that of a lop-eared rabbit. An English lop rabbit, to be specific. Thursby relates a story of long past: In a grand house in the country, six figments of the imagination (specifically nursery figments, also known as Cozies) have gathered on the nursery window seat for a theatrical presentation. The performance, though, is interrupted when the new nanny arrives. From the start, something about the new nanny makes the Cozies worry for the little human in their care—a toddler nicknamed Bingo. When their worst fears come true, the Cozies must figure out how six imaginary beings can make a difference in the world “out there.”

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Fantasy & Magic

Language:English

Pages:196

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781947682016


Overview


Thursby, a figment of the imagination, welcomes the audience to his lecture. Although only five inches tall, Thursby is elegantly dressed. One might also notice that his head is that of a lop-eared rabbit. Thursby relates a story about six “nursery figments,” also known as “Cozies,” on an adventure-filled night of long ago. On that night, the Cozies must figure out how imaginary beings can help to protect the human in their care—a toddler nicknamed Bingo.

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Description


In a lecture hall on October 13, 1927, the speaker, Thursby, welcomes the audience. Although only five inches tall, Thursby is elegantly dressed; also, his head is that of a lop-eared rabbit. An English lop rabbit, to be specific. Thursby relates a story of long past: In a grand house in the country, six figments of the imagination (specifically nursery figments, also known as Cozies) have gathered on the nursery window seat for a theatrical presentation. The performance, though, is interrupted when the new nanny arrives. From the start, something about the new nanny makes the Cozies worry for the little human in their care—a toddler nicknamed Bingo. When their worst fears come true, the Cozies must figure out how six imaginary beings can make a difference in the world “out there.”

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About the author


T.L. FISCHER holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from McGill University of Montreal, Canada, as well as two advanced degrees in far less interesting subjects. While pursuing his education, Fischer studied in both France and England. A long time ago, Fischer worked as a technical writer, as an editor of online software documentation, and as a freelance writer. Then for many years he worked professionally with victims of family violence and violence against children. These experiences led Fischer to write about the Cozies and their world of simple pleasures, where imagination protects the innocent. At the same time, Fischer was determined to avoid the trends of talking down to readers and courting the lowest common denominator. An avid dog lover, Fischer contributes five percent of all earnings on his writings to spay-and-neuter programs. His spouse, D, volunteers for animal welfare causes while Fischer writes. Visit tlfischer.net to read more about the diversified writings of T.L. Fischer.

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Dorothy
A timeless tale I love this book! While reading this delightful story, I went back to my childhood and the love I had for a particular wooden doll I had. He was my first “best friend.” The story in this book has it all. Love, fun, excitement, memories, and “Cozies.” And a great ending! When I read this book I felt involved in the story too. I fell in love with the Cozies and of course had a favorite. This story is timeless. It makes me smile and I will never look at clouds again in the same way. (Thank you Author.) This is a book for everyone. This book is one that stays and is thought of again. There is one sentence that stays with me on page 100: “Follow your dreams and you might find that the you you dream is you.” Congratulations, Mr. Fischer! I look forward to more. Read more
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