The Fortune-Teller — Zara Rose says she can see the future, but then she gets a surprise.
Learning to Swim — Bill said he didn’t like the water but the truth was he couldn't swim. Then he decided to take swimming lessons.
Dance Class — Zoe wants Sam to go to dance class with her, but he doesn’t like dancing.
Drums — Ben wants to learn to play drums. His mother says they’re too noisy, so Ben comes up with a plan.
Dream Job — Otus is a working dog. A story that rhymes.
Be Careful — Rob tells his wife to be careful, then he has an unexpected accident at home.
My First Plane Trip — It’s my first time in a plane and I’m a little bit nervous. . .
Sports Camp — Benny likes Evie, but she doesn’t even notice him. At sports camp everything changes.
Turning Forty —Luke’s 40th birthday is coming up, so he makes a list: 10 things I want to do before I turn 40.
The Doctor’s Secret — James Barry was a well-known British doctor in the 1800’s. But “James” had a secret that he took, almost to the grave. Women weren’t allowed to be doctors in those days. A true story.
These are stories for all ages and interests, fun to read, entertainingly illustrated and good for a class discussion afterward.
PRACE stands for Preston Reservoir Adult Community Education, which is in Melbourne, Australia.
The Pageturners team is made up of Anne Dunn, Chris Malakar, Moira Hanrahan (who does the wonderful drawings) Michael Chalk who does the website and all the tech stuff, and Libby Barker who keeps us all organized.