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At Friggas Feet V1: Sasha The Rabbit & The Tale of the Sun and Moon (Volume 1) Paperback – May 24, 2017
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About the Author
Larisa Hunter: is the owner of Saga Press.A Native Canadian now living in California she spends her days sewing, writing, cooking or working. Her full bio can be found at: www.sagapress.ca and www.larisahunter.ca Laura Bell: is an Artist & Illustrator from the UK. A proud Pagan of 14 years, most of her artwork centers around deities, totem animals and nature. Laura is also an aspiring writer. Her writing and illustrations have been featured in magazines and books.
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The first story is about Sasha the Rabbit who gets a little greedy and then lies to Frigga to avoid the consequences. But lies get out of control and they harm others, as Sasha found out. The story is told in such a way that parents can interact with their children while reading it to get their feedback and see how they would respond to such a situation. This is a really nice way to impart the value of honesty and doing the right thing.
The second tale is the story of Mani and Sunna and how they came to be the bearers of the Moon and the Sun.
The illustrations by Laura Bell are so colorful and easy to identify with, that I wish there were more throughout the story of Sasha, the Rabbit. The illustrations in The Tale of the Sun and Moon enhance the story and will help little ones visualize the characters as we progress through it.
I look forward to sharing this with the children of friends and family and to sitting down and reading it with them. Each of the two stories can be easily read before bedtime - if the kids are not too tired from a long day of play.