Tails of Ae'tann: A Sunset Story Part 1 - The First Fields

New Tails of Ae'tann: A Sunset Story Part 1 - The First Fields

Tails of Ae'tann: A Sunset Story Part 1 - The First Fields

Author: Jeren Jordin Oliver

Publisher: Imaginaria Innovations

ISBN: 9780997828139

Weight: 0.8 kg

Year: 2017

Price: RM29.9

 

There’s a song or story in every sunset.

Did you know that?

No? Well then…. Look, and listen.  Watch, and learn.

Animals aren’t all what they seem to be.  This story follows Red, Olive and Ollie, three puppies eagerly waiting to be born. When a silly decision leads to tragic and unintended consequences, they are drawn into a new world filled with wonder and awe, new friends and allies, but also unimaginable evil.

This magical and heart-warming adventure reveals the secret lives of animals, and their connection to our myths and legends.  Discover why dragons seem so familiar, why rainbows feature in stories the world over and what sunsets teach us about life.

Ultimately a story that affirms courage, the importance of living in the present, and the true cost of difficult decisions, join Red, Olive and Ollie on their grand journey filled with excitement, danger and discovery in…

Chapter 1: Red

         In a far off corner of the First Fields, on the gentle slope of a little hill covered with a sea of violets, buttercups, fairy bells, and all manner of wildflowers, there was movement for a moment in the shimmering air above. Amidst the slow waving wildflowers, the gentle jerky movements of two courting butterflies stood out as they flew against the breeze, dancing from flower to flower.

         Following them keenly were a pair of luminous brown almond shaped eyes, staring intently from a nearby pocket of harebells and goldenrods.

         Ever so slowly, the eyes moved forward, never wavering from the sight of the oblivious butterflies all consumed in their synchronized dance. Inch by inch, foot by foot … until with an excited yap and a flurry of activity, the owner of those lovely eyes made a mad dash for the startled butterflies.

         He failed to catch them, of course.

         With a quick flutter, they rose just out of reach, hovering over his ruby-coloured head as he dissolved into fits of giggles and rolled on his back.

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Tags: Children's Book, Parenting, Family