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Invisible Tails: The Royal Feast

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Belzar, an orphan cub, lives with a porcupine family. He wants to be strong and brave, like a real lion. Will he find the courage he needs in the palace of the lions?
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published November 1st 2016 by Green Egg Media (first published January 1st 2010)
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Scott Pagel
Originally written in Chinese and inspired by the biblical story of Daniel in the Lion’s Den, this story is told from the perspective of one of the lions. Belt grew up orphaned on the prairie where he was adopted by a family of porcupines. The nemesis of all prairie animals are the crafty Mohawks, zebras who have a special hatred towards the young lion. When Belt responds to a dangerous challenge by the Mohawks, he discovers - too late - that he has been tricked! In captivity, Belt discovers the ...more
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Davy’s auspicious beginning in Taiwan was anything but commonplace. An almost stillborn baby that revived at the moment of incision, Davy entered the world as a miracle. However, when he started school the competitive education system ruled out his ability to draw as a legitimate skill. Academically, he was an under-achiever. As young boy that was consumed by the darkness of low self-esteem, Davy ...more
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