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Solar' First Fables : Volume 1

By Hills, Paul, R

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Book Id: WPLBN0004450927
Format Type: PDF (eBook)
File Size: 1.41 MB.
Reproduction Date: 7/23/2016

Title: Solar' First Fables : Volume 1  
Author: Hills, Paul, R
Volume: Volume 1
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Education, Children's Fiction
Collections: Authors Community, Children's Literature
Historic
Publication Date:
2016
Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Paul R Hills

Description
About Solar’s First Fables Solar’s First Fables is the first in a series of Solar stories for children and parents who prioritize progressive values in their everyday lives. Created by Paul R Hills as a device to problem-solve his daughters’ challenges growing up, the Solar character provides a proactive framework for discussion on a range of ethical issues, and an exciting learning environment for dealing with a rapidly changing world. Although the central character is female, the stories are specially designed to promote non-sexist roles and responses, caring and love. Paul R Hills is a media professional and academic with decades’ experience as a single parent. He currently lives in New York City with his partner, Christine, and visits South Africa regularly, where he and his daughters, Robyn Arawen and Jenna Andwyn, were born.

Summary
Solar’s First Fables is the first in a series of Solar stories for children and parents who prioritize progressive and nonsexist values in their everyday lives.

Excerpt
"Offering the creature to the boy, Solar gently places it in his open palm. The boy’s face opens up into a beautiful smile, a smile so glorious, it chases shadows away.

Table of Contents
Solar and the Chrysalis .... Page 4 Solar and the Lion’s Pain .... Page 9 Solar and the Stick Story .... Page 13 Contact Me .... Page 18

 
 



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