The Great Tree of Milden Worf
  • Published:
    Oct-2011
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    Print / eBook
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  • Pages:
    116
  • Age Level:
    08-12
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To believe in witches, sorceresses, wizards, warlocks, spells and odd things to tell, is quite an endeavor for Elegie and Euphonious, two young sprites that live in the carefree village of Milden Worf. Collecting wild berries to make sprite-berry pies and to roam the delightful serene woods of Milden Worf, is all Elegie could have ever asked for. But when her encounter with Magma, a mysterious Titanian, takes her beyond the limits of reason and simply good sense, she is overwhelmed by her confrontation with the good and evil that exist together in the world of magic. However, heedless and strong-minded, to still prove her theory that witches, sorceresses, wizards, warlocks, spells and odd things to tell don't exist, she sets out to prove it together with Euphonious, when a great treasure has been mysteriously stolen from Milden Worf. They must therefore, leave the secure and safe boundaries of their homes and the peaceful life of their village in exploration of the truth. To Elegie's surprise though, she is to be faced with and challenged by exactly what she intended to prove doesn't exist. In the end, her retrieving the treasure and setting things right in a new perspective, brings her to understand that anyone can believe in witches, sorceresses, wizards, warlocks, spells and odd things to tell. But what's more important than magic and odd things to tell--is courage, might, loyalty and...good ol' friends.
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