This is a fun little short story about innocence and finding beauty in nature.
On her first outing to the forest with her mother, Rain finds herself running for her life from ravenous wolves when she gets lost in the woods.
Her mother always taught her than no matter how big you are, there is always something bigger and badder than you out there.
©2014 Erik Schubach (P)2016 Erik Schubach
I have MS and LD and make spelling and grammar mistakes, please forgive the handicap.
A Child with careful instructions from her mother is allowed to take her first trip into the woods. But then there is this beautiful butterfly that grabs her attention and all mother's rules and instructions take a back seat just for a second but that is long enough to land her in hot water. The best part is the ending which I didn't see coming, but I was really into the story I missed the clues. Loved it, Let's hope the writer gives more glimpses into this world. Loved it.
Avid reader. Listen to audio books on long drive back and forth to work.
The story was good. A nice almost childrens story and the Narrator dis a very nice job of giving emotion to the character. My only negative on this was the sound quality. It sounded hollow, almost tinny. The rich fullness of the usual recording was missing.
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