Content in her father's wise kingdom, Princess Journee loves life but has one nagging question: Who is she? Yes, she is a mouse and a princess, but who is she really? With her adventurous spirit and her father's mighty steed to protect her, she goes on a quest to find herself. The adventure takes an interesting turn when she befriends a toad and an owl who tell her about a legendary Pond of Reflection known to reveal one's true identity. But first they must find it, if indeed it exists. Their friendship and appreciation for each other grow as they encounter difficulties along the way, and strange happenings in the ancient Whoami Forest.
This adventure story is inspired by the Biblical Proverb 27:19 (NIV) and communicates the moral that identity and self-worth springs from the heart and character (our inside-out), and thus sincere friendship can happen regardless of how different outward appearance may be (our outside-in).
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|Edition description:||2nd ed.|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.21(d)|
|Age Range:||9 - 11 Years|
About the Author
Brooke Connor of Brooke Connor Design (www.brookeconnordesign.com) lives and works in Boulder, CO. She retired from a career as an environmental chemist after 28 years of left-brained activities, and now is a full-time right-brained illustrator. Brooke specializes in alcohol marker illustrations of birds and wildlife. Her style can be described as extremely colorful, imaginative, and whimsical. Other publications include works with her friend and author, Patricia Kittelson, including, Bixley Baines and the Beehive Fence, Bixley Baines and the Recycled Crayons, A Kid's Guide to Bryce Canyon, and Cedar Breaks for Kids.