Larry Enright

Larry Enright

Sunday, July 31, 2011

A King in a Court of Fools - A New Place

"Kids ride a roller coaster of emotions. One minute they are crying from a skinned knee, the next they are laughing and playing again, doing exactly what gave them the skinned knee in the first place. They can go from love to hate and back to love again in a single sentence. They argue, they fight, they share, they play, and one little thing, one act of unkindness is made up for and forgotten in an instant, and never spoken of or thought of again. It’s not until people get older that we let the bad things begin to pile up and become harder to push out of the way."

The story is nearing its end and the mystery of the Pink Lady has yet to be solved! Read this week's episode, or download it to your Kindle or Nook, or listen to it online. Whatever you do, enjoy!

A King in a Court of Fools

Monday, July 25, 2011

A King in a Court of Fools - Klondikes and Skyscrapers

Emotions and social interactions involve a complex of processes that are as difficult to describe as they are to understand, especially for kids. It helps to be at Isaly's where the ice cream is the best. I hope you enjoy this week's episode and please tell your friends. The story is winding down and when it is finished, it will go poof.

A King in a Court of Fools

Sunday, July 17, 2011

A King in a Court of Fools - Seventeen Cartoons

Seventeen Cartoons is this week's episode in a King in a Court of Fools. I had some fun with this one. I remember how we used to go to the matinee Saturdays and they would show seventeen cartoons, but I never knew why they picked that number. Tom Ryan and the Caswell Gang has a few theories on that, and some other excitement you don't want to miss. Enjoy!

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Saturday, July 2, 2011

A King in a Court of Fools - Home Run

Bill Mazeroski played his entire baseball career with the Pittsburgh Pirates and was one of the greatest defensive second basemen of all time. The Maz, as everyone called him, played his first game with the Bucs in July of 1956, and though he won eight Gold Glove Awards in his career, it was one mighty swing of the bat that made him famous, the game seven, series winning, bottom-of-the-ninth home run in the miraculous 1960 Pirates-Yankees World Series.

Read the next episode in A King in a Court of Fools and find out what Tom Ryan is up to now!