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Mangrove Sands – The Enchanted Sea World-bookcover

By: L. J. Nilsson

Mangrove Sands – The Enchanted Sea World

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The Epic Journey is the third book of the Mangrove Sands series. It aims to inspire and educate children who for one reason or another have difficult starts in life, either by fate or disability.

Based on an island in South East Queensland, Australia, five children experience many adventures and mishaps through an enchanted underwater sea world with their magical talking animal friends.

A young Swedish girl has recently had her leg amputated. She struggles to accept the loss of her leg and has no interest in making new friends or attempting to walk until she meets her Enchanted Sea World friends and her life is changed forever. She starts doing things she never thought possible. She shows her friends how to make Dala horses, bake Swedish buns and join in traditional Swedish celebrations.

Mangrove Sands, The Epic Journey is full of magical adventures in the Enchanted Sea World including surviving a cyclone, a pandemic, and the realm of horrors. Magical spoons, a magical sea god, a wedding, and a death will keep young minds curious and captivated.

This book is full of fun, adventure, and many magical moments. It aims to provide hope and inspiration to children around the globe and encourages children to embrace, respect and learn about other cultures and languages. It further encourages children to exercise humility, love and understanding to all.

Born in 1962, Melbourne, Victoria, the author has lived on a small island in South East Queensland, Australia, since 2007. She lived and worked in Sweden for five years and graduated from Utah, USA. A qualified counsellor and life coach, the author worked with young school students from diverse backgrounds and specialised conditions. Her own life struggles with epilepsy, anxiety, and PTSD led to many challenges and many achievements, including learning Swedish fluently, competing in a five-day car rally, winning a university scholarship, developing a mental health app, raising two sons, working for charity and with children for the past 25 years. Illustrator, Sallie-Anne Swift, is an Australian artist living in Long Beach, California and sister of the author. A creative collaboration of two sisters.
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