Man-Tu The Young One

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This story is about a young lion name Man-Tu, his family and the other inhabitants, who shared the Newai Jungle with them, and the neighboring Fawaii, an unwelcoming jungle where few, dared to venture into.

Man-Tu, must come to terms with his obligation to his bloodline, and to his father King Su-Noe expectations. "A future King should not associate himself with under leans", his father had told him. The Nature of all Life, had not yet, ...
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Overview

This story is about a young lion name Man-Tu, his family and the other inhabitants, who shared the Newai Jungle with them, and the neighboring Fawaii, an unwelcoming jungle where few, dared to venture into.

Man-Tu, must come to terms with his obligation to his bloodline, and to his father King Su-Noe expectations. "A future King should not associate himself with under leans", his father had told him. The Nature of all Life, had not yet, happened to Man-Tu and his friends. When a Young One becomes older, the senses change and the True Nature is said to take over and each animals bloodline, becomes more aware of each of their differences. This is what had happened to their parents. The Young-Ones believed that if their friendship was strong and true enough this would not happen to them.

There are unwelcoming changes occurring in the Newai Jungle. It's origin appears to be the Fawaii. A journey into this forbidden jungle is not to be taken lightly, and once childhood friends learn that they must learn to trust each other again, if they are to survive this journey that few seldom return from.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781456033668
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 12/24/2010
  • Pages: 42
  • Product dimensions: 0.10 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 8.50 (d)

Meet the Author

I am a native of Chattanooga, Tennessee. My husband and I have three wonderful sons, and books have always been a part of our home. Remembering back to my seventh grade English teacher, when she told my class that we could write a report on anything we want, I decided that, I would like to learn more about the history of writing, so I wrote my first story, The Mystery of Keeblers' Castle. This early interest in books had directed me toward a career in teaching. I have worked in education for twenty-three year. The work was in Center-Based Pre-Schools', as well as, Substitute Teacher for the Public School System in my state
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