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Publisher's Summary

The Girl with the Green-Tinted Hair is an uplifting fable about life, death, and everything in between. It's about discovering your destiny in the world by trusting your heart and doing what feels right. It's about gaining a deeper understanding of life and learning how to flow with it. It's about accepting the impermanence of all form and staring death in the face with a smile. It's about you and me and everyone we have met and are yet to meet. It'll be hard for you not to see yourself in this mini, inspirational tale.

©2013 Gavin Whyte (P)2015 Gavin Whyte

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A Gentle Fable

poetic and inspiring, this fable tells of a.boy becoming wise with the help of a "tree girl." The rendition, by Linda Roper, catches all the subtle beauty of the dialogue between boy and girl.

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The Whole of Life in Four Short Seasons

A delightful story, truly a 'miraculous fable' full of joy and sadness. All human life is here. A tale for adults and children alike, beautifully narrated.