While writing these children's books I mixed fact with fiction, reality with fantasy, and the will to overcome near-impossible problems with creative solutions. Since children need positive encouragement, optimism, hope, and, most of all - love, I've created stories using animals - who are true to their particular nature. I chose animals which children can both relate to and understand by their own unique behaviors, but sometimes with a little humor and a few unexpected happenings. Positive reading for positive readers! This first book in the Wonderful Stories from Skog Forest series is about a yearling bunny that visits a bunny feeding station built by the owner of the home, Mr. Teddy. While the bunny feeds, he is constantly on the lookout for Odin, the Fox King. One day, Odin chases the li'l bunny and instead of escaping like usual, he tumbles down a snowy hill and ends up in a giant snowball that eventually falls into the Flusse River. Li'l bunny then digs his way to the top where he meets many new friends as he floats away, but also realizes that he has injured his right ear. After a meeting with a wise blue jay, Mr. Vis, li'l bunny is convinced that his injury isn't a disability at all, but a blessing that makes him stand out in Skog Forest and leads him to great happiness. This book teaches children with injuries and disabilities that these misfortunes may bring them fortune in many different ways and not to listen to ridicule.