Journey to the Stars: Twelve Tall Tales for Children

Journey to the Stars: Twelve Tall Tales for Children

Journey to the Stars: Twelve Tall Tales for Children

Journey to the Stars: Twelve Tall Tales for Children

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Overview

The Journey to the Stars brings twelve exciting stories to children everywhere. From a journey through the 12 constellations, to a ride with a divine donkey, with surprising intermediate stations. The protagonists of these 12 stories are involved in fascinating adventures that will delight young readers and leave an indelible impression on their minds and on their hearts. For children from 9 years old on up.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781948302395
Publisher: Anthroposophical Publications
Publication date: 05/31/2022
Pages: 110
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.23(d)

About the Author

Frank Thomas Smith is an American expatriate who has lived most of his life in South America (Argentina) and Europe (Germany and Switzerland). He was an airline executive as a day-job, but shamelessly moonlighted as a writer of articles, fiction, poetry and translations. He has also been active in (Waldorf) education.Eventually the moonlight job became the every-day-job, which he now continues to indulge in the Traslasierra Valley of Argentina, where he lives.He is the editor and publisher of https://www.SouthernCrossReview.org/

James D. Stewart is the e.Librarian at The e.Lib, Inc., and several other Anthroposophical initiatives including the Rudolf Steiner e.Lib: an electronic Library offering the collected works the the Austrian philosopher, Rudolf Steiner. These include, 28 books, several hundred articles and essays, and over 6700 lectures. After attending Ohio University, Wayne State University, and the University of Michigan, Mr. Stewart has been principally involved with computers and information systems, Marine Tropical Fish husbandry, music, teaching and instruction, libraries, and Anthroposophy. Studies were in Music (brass), Psychology, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Biblical Studies.
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