Overview

Now to an outsider, they may just seem to be part of one more fanciful folk tale, but to those of us who grew up in the Ozark Mountains The Little People are as real as you and I. Each about as tall as a grape hyacinth, they are an altruistic clan, peaceful and loving by nature, who prefer the simple, uncomplicated, candle lit life of days gone by. They go about practicing their magic in order to bring a happier life for the mortals who live nearby. Though seldom seen, their presence is often felt by those who ...
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Twiggs and Cinnamon

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Overview

Now to an outsider, they may just seem to be part of one more fanciful folk tale, but to those of us who grew up in the Ozark Mountains The Little People are as real as you and I. Each about as tall as a grape hyacinth, they are an altruistic clan, peaceful and loving by nature, who prefer the simple, uncomplicated, candle lit life of days gone by. They go about practicing their magic in order to bring a happier life for the mortals who live nearby. Though seldom seen, their presence is often felt by those who believe. The books are written for grown-ups who still cherish the magic of days gone by.
Book Four: Twiggs and Cinnamon. With marriage come all the problems and delights that accompany the early days of every marriage. They find love, adventure, challenges and risks. In the end, Twiggs is summoned before a special session of the Council of Elders – not usually a good thing!
The books are best read in order since the story continues.
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Editorial Reviews

Independent - Judy Bundy
At one level, The Little People books are an enchanting journey through fantasyland. At another they present hope for the survival of our species. I love the characters. I feel their presence. Through them, hope springs eternal. The delightful stories only thinly veil the philosophic importance of the work.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148813705
  • Publisher: Famiily of Man Press
  • Publication date: 10/6/2013
  • Series: Little People of the Ozark Mountains , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 130 KB

Meet the Author

The author has written nearly 100 books and novels, and many hundreds of short stories. Although perhaps best known as a psychologist who has written numerous parenting and personal development programs, he has also written fiction for children, teens, adults, and senior citizens. A common thread running through his writing is his belief that the inherent good in mankind can be rekindled to solve the pressing problems facing us today.
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