The Birthing Tree (King of the Trees Book 7) Kindle Edition
|Length: 256 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Each book in the King of the Trees series focuses on some aspect of Gaelathane’s creation, and in The Birthing Tree, there are quite a few! Burt has dragons in disguise, the Drewin, or little people, along with a captured prince and his family. William Burt leads us on a wonderful adventure, filled with riddles, ancient relics, and true love.
The Birthing Treeis the last in the series as of now, andis a satisfying and perfect conclusion to the King of the Trees series. I do hope William Burt comes out with a few more books in the series, or perhaps even a spin off series. As I have mentioned in previous reviews, these books are perfect for a longtime lover of The Narnia books, or as an introduction to the world of fantasy for young children.
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