Children of all ages (8 to 88) will enjoy this gothic adventure.
Good little girl Anka is called "uppity" and "naughty" because her spirit is larger than the rules around her. The day finally dawns when Anka is "bold" one too many times and she is cast out of the village. The gate slams shut behind her.
Afraid and alone and with no lantern to guide her way, Anka takes one step into the forest. Thus begins her journey to find her sacred self.
This modern day, old-fashioned fairytale is a quest of self discovery and redemption taken by one brave little girl hero.
|Publisher:||Koho Pono, LLC|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||3 MB|
About the Author
Her modern fairytales are as much for good mothers and strong fathers as they are for children. Tantes and zii, omas and opas (and other ‘keepers of a child’s spirit’) can tell this story while firelight dances on faces and arms are wrapped around wee ones.
Other books by Jaki Fey include, "The Last Goose Concert" (2012), and "Birthday Boar & Other Letters to the Grandkids" (coming soon).
Jaki earned her English degree from San Jose State University with a minor in anthropology.