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The Girl with the Green-Tinted Hair: A Miraculous Fable Paperback – March 6, 2015
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Gavin Whyte is the author of several books, including Happiness & Honey, A Stolen Youth, Waiting for Wings, Happiness & Honey and My Grandad's Hiding Place. Visit his homepage at: gavinwhyte.org When you sign up to his newsletter, you will receive a free copy of Memento Mori: A Sneak Peek into a Seeker's Diary. Visit his Facebook author page: facebook.com/gavinwhyteauthor Find him on Twitter at: @Gavinwhyte888
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I don't know if it's a story I'd have read my son to sleep with (listed under children's book on Amazon), but I believe that if he read it today, he'd not like it. It was a bit repetitive and the coming and going of the seasons would have lost him. To me, it was like reading poetry. It was segmented, using particular times in the boys life, where questions were necessary and he needed a comfortable, reliable person to lean on. I can remember those times too.
The creepy part is that the story begins with a boy's infatuation with a girl...
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The Girl With The Green Tinted Hair
Being Books, Feb. 2015
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Kindle eBooks/Fantasy/Fairy Tales/ Folk Tales/Myths
This book is something wonderful. I do not wish to spoil it at all to skeptical readers. I had downloaded this book on a whim, and read it while waiting on other things, and it was a short read that left an impression on me. I highly recommend this book.
Beautiful cover and interesting title...
The author introduces us to two characters: an inquisitive adolescent, and the personification of change. We follow them as they experience and appreciate the different seasons and contemplate various philosophical queries. It all centers around the inevitability of change and growth, and the possibility of dreams.
It's a wonderful little tale that's big on meaning, and more than a few passages and phrases worthy of your highlighter.