Steve Reedy writes short stories that will take readers on a fascinating journey in new book

DALLAS (PRWEB) October 14, 2015

In the spirit of Shel Silverstein, Roald Dahl, and Dr. Seuss, new book “Tales For Your Monkey’s Mind” is one that will spark the imagination of readers old and young.

As an emerging author from Dallas, TX, Steve Reedy has spent over 20 years studying the human body and the psychology of the human mind. During these years he became fascinated with the side effects of our social structure, how it affects children, and continues to affect them as they grow into adults.

“I decided to write my observations in the form of a children’s book. I did this for two reasons. First, I believed that the information would be more interesting if written with witches, toy factories, and rhyme. Second, it would be more fun to write,” Reedy said.

“Tales For Your Monkey’s Mind” will take you on a whimsical journey through the puzzling world of humans with hypnotic prose and fairytale fantasies. Unusual and odd, its quirky style and vibrant illustrations wrap its underlying themes in tales of wonder.

“Though I wrote ‘Tales For Your Monkey’s Mind’ as a children’s book, its themes are universal. It is my hope that it will enliven the minds of its readers, and be used as a proactive and healthy discussion tool,” Reedy said.

Each of the six stories in “Tales For Your Monkey’s Mind” will lead its readers through different perspectives of life and return them changed from the journey. So leave the safety of your tree and set your inner childfree. With all the wonders you will see, it’s worth the trip; you will agree.

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Tales for Your Monkey’s Mind
By: Steve Michael Reedy
ISBN: 978-1504332132
Available in hardcover
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Balboa Press

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About the author
Steve Reedy, MA, LPC, is a licensed professional counselor. He also holds licenses in varying forms of bodywork and teaches classes in Reiki, yoga, and meditation. This combined with his work as an adjunct professor and his experiences with teaching and counseling children has been an inspiration to his writing. Residing in Dallas, TX Reedy enjoys trail riding, hiking, camping, and practicing yoga daily.

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