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The second story is "The Dog Prince" which starts in the Kingdom of Brink about 5,000 yrs ago during the festival of the loaves. Yes, this is a tiny kingdom which is noted for its best bread! Ammel, a baker's son, discovers there is another kingdom wishing to take over Brink. His dog Paint not only rescues him but is honored for saving the kingdom. It is a story of bravery, loyalty of both boy and dog, as well as learning about the bad traits of greed and power of a foreign king. Another lesson of goodness winning over evil.
The third story, "The Dog Princess," is a continuation of the Kingdom of Brink. Papa Rufus is a bread baker who is unhappy that he had not won the annual bread contest like the father of Ammel. He is also the father of Celia, a good friend of Ammed. Paint, Ammed's prince of a dog, goes astray and stays away from home all night. But finally after searching all morning, Ammed locates Paint far out on a farm where a dog named Lily lives. Since Paint is already a Prince, I think you know how Lily becomes a Princess! Oh, but there's quite an adventure and lessons learned before Lily is crowned!
The last tale is "The Wonderkind" about Robbie Townsend who is son of a very rich man and is spoiled, used to getting his own way. The only person important to Robbie is himself. While on a modern-day cruise ship, Robbie falls overboard. He wakes and finds himself on an island with a magical oasis inside the island mountain. This beautiful, serene place is called Sutala, home of the Wonderkind. The elders of this paradise can read Robbie's mind and converse with him without actually speaking. They feel he has many misplaced values, but he still is worthy. Why do they want to make Robbie worthy? For what? This is another valuable story of lessons to be learned and practiced by not just children, but perhaps many adults. I thoroughly enjoyed these stories written by a very talented author who promises to bring us more outstanding, creative tales. He also has a variety of other novels under the name of Jack Thompson, such as "Godmachine." Jack writes excellent stories.