About this Book Stories are made only with creativity and imagination. With only a few words, a master storyteller with these qualities is able to turn them into fascinating stories. One such master storyteller is Bard. He was literally the "talk" of the town. His stories captivated everyone in his village. But one day, Bard suddenly stops speaking . . . Will the villagers be able to solve the problem? Will Bard ever tell his wonderful stories again? Find out in this beautiful story of friendship that reveals the magic of storytelling.
Reviews from Around the World "Once Upon a Time is a book that speaks about people’s need to listen to stories and to have their own stories told. Therefore words become an essential tool to stimulate their imagination and to keep it awake. Human beings are a species that uses words for emotional and intellectual development. Bard becomes a tool and a symbol; he is the definition of a good storyteller, an advocate for the importance of linguistic value in people’s lives, a promoter of the formative role of words for children’s and grown ups’s becoming." - Fromwordstoworlds, Amazon