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Hodgson Burnett has received much praise over the last century for "Little Lord Fauntleroy" and "The Secret Garden," but this story has slumbered in obscurity for more than 80 years. It was resuscitated by Griffith, who received a dusty copy from a friend a few years back.
The book has a New Age message of peace and cooperation that's in keeping with its publisher's usual fare, but no one can deny the timeliness of the story's message: Anger deflects us from the important tasks we face." -- Press-Telegram, February 7, 1994
"Sure to put stars into a young person's eyes." -- NQ, NAPRA ReVIEW, Holiday Issue 1993
"The Land of the Blue Flower" by Frances Hodgson Burnett, a classic story which has been out of print since 1938, weaves the magical tale of Amor, a young king who is orphaned. The book develops the theme of living in harmony with nature and demonstrates the healing power of love." --Science of Mind, August 1994
Everyone who is going to post anything to the Internet these days should have to read this story first. Remember there is no time is no time for hatefulness. Be nice,Published 23 days ago by Katie
An awesome, allegorical short story with a wonderful message of leadership and change. My two youngest children were captivated as I read it to them.Published 3 months ago by infinitec
An inspirational and educational story of selflessness, true leisure, love, and friendship for all ages: the young and the old.Published 3 months ago by Hannah
A beautiful story to inspire every human being... this is a must read and a must do! There is no time to not read this book.Published 5 months ago by Wayne Pollard
I was not as entranced by this little parable, as I have been, with her other works. This is probably more
enjoyable to children!
Wonderful story about a king raised away from the filth of the world by a wise man and how he changed an entire kingdom by commanding they nurture, each one of them, a blue flower... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
got this book for by daughter on her kindle and she very much enjoyed it, but then again she seems to like almost anything she reads.Published 12 months ago by M. Nolan
This is similar to The Lost Prince, in that it captures Buddhist teachings in a very simple and easy format. Skillful means indeed!Published 14 months ago by Biblio Phile