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The Unlikely Adventure of a Turtle, a Mouse and a Shark

The Unlikely Adventure of a Turtle, a Mouse and a Shark


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This heartwarming tale begins as the brotherhood of blue-eyed stars that protects the heavens is betrayed by one of their own. Three blue-eyed stars are cursed by the Dark Star and fall to earth. Each lands far from the others and takes on a different form. One is a turtle, one is a mouse and the last is a shark. They can't return home until they find each other and break the curse. Celestia, the Queen of the heavens, enlists the help of Mother Nature, the sun, the moon and the wind, but will that be enough? Will the brothers recognize each other and break the curse or remain on earth forever...

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ISBN-13: 9780999440926
Publisher: Blue-Eyed Star Creations, LLC
Publication date: 10/05/2017
Pages: 36
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.10(d)
Age Range: 3 - 8 Years

About the Author

Lyn Wells Clark and her husband reside in Middleton, Massachusetts, where they raised their two children. Lyn has a degree in Accounting, but her love for writing poetry and children's stories is undeniable. As she adjusts to her newly empty nest, Lyn sees this second chapter in her life as an opportunity to pursue her dream of becoming a children's author. She recently opened her own business named Blue-Eyed Star Creations to promote her literary projects. Lyn continues to be inspired by Mother Goose's Nursery Rhymes as well as Dr. Seuss. She feels that rhyming is the best way to peak a young child's interest in reading. The Unlikely Adventure of a Turtle, a Mouse and a Shark is her maiden voyage into the world of children's literature.

Lorena Mary Hart earned her BFA cum laude in Art and English from Bridgewater State College. Originally trained as a graphic designer, she has worn several hats in the field of art (display artist, art rep, and illustrator) while raising her daughters, and has in recent years been able to focus more on painting and design work. An opportunity to create murals for the Children's Museum of New Hampshire at the time of its relocation in 2008 inspired her to delve into creating on a larger scale, often for chlidren's spaces and children's book illustrations. She loves working with shape, color and design and especially the happy challenge of meeting the need and vision of a client.

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