Dandy Lion: A Legend of Love & Loss [NOOK Book]

Overview

This is a Christian-based story that follows a young lion named Dandy throughout the course of his life. When his mane grows in, the thick white fur with frayed ends look more like a dandelion puff rather than a mane and makes Dandy the recipient of ridicule. But this doesn't deter him from helping others even though a wisp of his frayed hair is whisked away by the wind with each life he touches.

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Dandy Lion: A Legend of Love & Loss

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Overview

This is a Christian-based story that follows a young lion named Dandy throughout the course of his life. When his mane grows in, the thick white fur with frayed ends look more like a dandelion puff rather than a mane and makes Dandy the recipient of ridicule. But this doesn't deter him from helping others even though a wisp of his frayed hair is whisked away by the wind with each life he touches.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044563599
  • Publisher: Erin Go Bragh Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/29/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,301,207
  • File size: 986 KB

Meet the Author

Kathleen J. Shields is a very creative, highly imaginative and extremely dedicated, hard working individual. She has published two young adult books, two fully-illustrated rhyming children's stories, Hamilton Troll's Adventures" and runs her own graphics and website design company. ÂHamilton Troll was a character Kathleen's mother Nancy wrote a poem about back in 1978 and with whom Kathleen embellished upon in 1992 with her own take on what a troll should be like. The Hamilton Troll children's series was something that came about early 2011 when Kathleen met an amazing illustrator, Leigh A. Klug who has helped bring Hamilton Troll to life.Now, teaming up with an award-winning artist, Carol W. Bryant, for these amazing background illustrations, it truly helps to bring a whole new depth to these stories.With over 14 stories written and ideas for a few dozen more, Kathleen is putting forth every effort to see this children's book series succeed and will stop at nothing to promote its success.Kathleen has been writing poetry and rhyming stories for years both for fun and for hire in custom greeting cards and for local speaking outlets. She enjoys sharing her rhyming stories and talking with folks about how they too can write if they put their mind to it.Also see: kathleensbooks.com
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2014

    I prefer children's literature to adult literature. Also I am a

    I prefer children's literature to adult literature. Also I am a pagan so when I picked up this book.... long story short.... color me skeptical. I have to say this was by far one of the best chapter books I have ever read. It was both engaging and inspirational. I thought the plots and sub-plots tied together in a way simple enough for any child to follow. Looking forward to reading more from this literary talent.

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