The Battle for Halladon

With the evil Leprechauns (The Shangaar) hot on their trail, who would ever guess that the fate of the Littlest People would fall on the shoulders of a 10-year-old human girl named Clara Gooday? Her unwavering belief in the Littlest People may be the very thing that saves The FunGkins and all of Halladon from a fate worse than death.

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About the Author


C. Raymond Gray
Birthplace - Tuskegee, Alabama

He's one of twenty children. For as long as he can remember, Mr. Gray has had a keen interest in the wild and  mysteries hidden deep in the forest. At times as a boy, he would play in the woods all day while observing the ways of animals. The way nature worked together amazed him even more. This fueled his already vivid imagination as he grew. What he learned allows him to weave the most amazing stories. Over the years, his stories have blossomed into many wondrous tales. Mr. Gray has been: a star athlete, teacher, poet, inventor, storyteller, businessman, and now an author; however, of all these, storytelling is his favorite. Oftentimes, he can be seen in classrooms or on stage telling stories of folklore about history's legends and the days of old. To date, his stories have been enjoyed by thousands of students, parents, and teachers alike. At their request, Mr. Gray has begun to bring his stories to life in print. "The FunGkins" is his debut book.

To contact Mr. Gray send an email to me@craymondgray.com

C. Raymond Gray

Birthplace - Tuskegee, Alabama