This is the story about a village and a bird called a fussle. The fussle's string was used by the villagers to make designer clothing. Both the fussle and the Floostenwicks got along extremely well and as a result had a very flourishing business. Thieves come to plunder the village. Read to find out what happens to them.
Elvera M. Rexroth-Reese grew up writing. She started putting words to paper in her first "mystery novelette" in the 8th grade. Since then, there have been numerous poems and childrens' books. In 2008, her first book, "Luminar," was published. Deep down, poetry remains perhaps her favorite venue.