Dandy Lion, A Legend of Love & Loss

Dandy Lion, A Legend of Love & Loss

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by Kathleen J. Shields
     
 

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Dandy Lion: A Legend of Love & Loss is a Christian-based story that follows a young lion named Dandy throughout the course of his life.

Wanting nothing more than to be accepted by his pride, Dandy instead is the recipient of laughter and ridicule when his long sought after mane grows in and is anything but normal. White thick fur, frayed at the ends his head

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Dandy Lion: A Legend of Love & Loss is a Christian-based story that follows a young lion named Dandy throughout the course of his life.

Wanting nothing more than to be accepted by his pride, Dandy instead is the recipient of laughter and ridicule when his long sought after mane grows in and is anything but normal. White thick fur, frayed at the ends his head looks more like a white fluffy dandelion flower than a lions mane.

However, this does not deter Dandy from helping those in need or touching the lives of others, solving problems and helping the sick.

Yet, throughout his life, his best friend Doti begins to notice how after each life he touches a wisp of his frayed hair is whisked away by the wind. At the end of his life he is completely bald but he is able to look down at the valley of those he left behind, those lives he helped save, and what he sees is a field of vibrant yellow dandelion flowers blooming as brilliantly as the sun.

Each chapter ending with scripture, this story will fill your soul with hope and ambition and help you to live your life in a loving Christian way.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781941345092
Publisher:
Erin Go Bragh Publishing
Publication date:
03/05/2014
Pages:
72
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.15(d)

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Dandy Lion: A Legend of Love & Loss 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago