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The "King of the Trees" fantasy series

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message 1: by William (new)

William | 3 comments Hi, all. As a former homeschool dad, I'm not sure whether I have properly introduced my Christian fantasy series to you:

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The King of the Trees
Torsils in Time
The Golden Wood
The Greenstones
The Downs
Kyleah's Mirrors
The Birthing Tree

The King of the Trees is the first book in my fantasy series of 7 titles (so far). I have developed a study guide for homeschoolers as a companion to this book. (It's found on my website: http://www.greencloaks.com, under the "Resources" link.) The series has been favorably compared to the Chronicles of Narnia. These books are wholesome Christian allegories that make wonderful readalouds, too. (I purposely included a glossary and pronunciation guide at the back of each title in my series.) The first title is being featured on "Clean Reads Book Reviews." (http://www.squeakycleanreads.com/)

The King of the Trees synopsis:

"What do an old wooden box, a jeweled pendant and some mysterious, green-garbed strangers share in common? When Rolin son of Gannon sets out to solve this riddle, his adventures take him worlds beyond the walls of his little log cabin. On their perilous quest for the blessed Isle of Luralin, Rolin and some grumpy griffins must trust the King with their very lives."

The latest sequel in the series, The Birthing Tree, came out just last week.

Sequels:
Torsils in Time
The Golden Wood
The Greenstones
The Downs
Kyleah's Mirrors
The Birthing Tree

Feel free to join our King of the Trees fan group, which is at: http://www.goodreads.com/group/show/3.... This group was started by a homeschooled fan of the series.

You can also check out and order copies from our website, http://www.greencloaks.com.

“The greatest help oft comes in harm’s disguise to those with trusting hearts and open eyes."

Blessings!

Bill


message 2: by Michael (new)

Michael Dolan | 516 comments Uh... I don't know what to say other than that I haven't heard of the series until now, but it sounds interesting to me.


message 3: by William (new)

William | 3 comments I hear that a lot. The publisher hasn't done much publicity, unfortunately. Anyway, if you do check out the series, I'd be curious to know what you think.


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