Overview

Me'ma and the Great Mountain is about little girl named Me'ma who lives in an oppressed village called Sunken Creek. Faced with removal, Me'ma brings to focus her extraordinary ability to see ghoulish characters who try to help her in overcoming the nightmare she and her people are facing from an evil tyrant.
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Overview

Me'ma and the Great Mountain is about little girl named Me'ma who lives in an oppressed village called Sunken Creek. Faced with removal, Me'ma brings to focus her extraordinary ability to see ghoulish characters who try to help her in overcoming the nightmare she and her people are facing from an evil tyrant.
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Editorial Reviews

ChiZine
Me'ma and the Great Mountain comes to me lovingly hand-bound by author and illustrator Lorin Morgan-Richards. It's the writer's foray into dark fantasy, his antidote to overly sanitized stories that shelter children from life's harsh realities. The book is a heroic quest set against the backdrop of destructive colonialism, as a young girl is forced to flee her village home in the wake of greedy settlers mining in the nearby mountains.
Midwest Book Review
Along the way she meets some unusual characters in the animal and spirit world and discovers the secrets of her own special gift.

Adventure flows like a river as the struggles and courage of indigenous peoples are revealed through the eyes of one brave girl. "Me'ma and the Great Mountain" has plenty of humor and peril and peculiar characters to keep young readers fascinated - maybe even awestruck.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013772953
  • Publisher: A Raven Above Press
  • Publication date: 1/14/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 133
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 17 MB
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Meet the Author

Lorin Morgan-Richards, of Amish and Welsh descent, is a Los Angeles based author and illustrator of dark literature, composer of storytelling, and curator of unique shows and exhibits.

Theater Credits
ENKI (1999) composer and producer
An Occurrence Remembered (2001) - composer and producer
We See But Dimly (2002) composer

Curatorial Credits
Bringing The Circle Together: A Native American Film Series (from May 2008 to present),
Asian Pacific Islander & Native American Heritage Festival (May 29, 2010),
Necessary Discomforts: An Artistic Tribute to Rozz Williams on Nov 12-14th, 2010,
The 2011 West Coast Eisteddfod: Welsh Festival of Arts on Sept 23-25, 2011.

Film Credits
Necessary Discomforts: An Artistic Tribute to Rozz Williams, directed by Dantalion Nehemoth Crocell (2010) - actor (self)
The Night Speaks to Me - (pre-production), director, actor

Author and Illustration Credits
Simon Snootle and OTHER small stories (2009)
A Boy Born from Mold and Other Delectable Morsels (2010)
A Little Hard to Swallow: 1334 (2010)
13 Disturbing Postcards to Send to Your Grandparents (2010)
The Terribly Mini Monster Book & a Lesser Known Story about a Rare Benign Belbow (2011)
A Welsh Alphabet (2011) - includes one illustration with 29 other artists
Me'ma and The Great Mountain (2012)
The Night Speaks to Me: A Posthumous Account of Jim Morrison (2012)
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