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Peace of Wild-bookcover

By: Pearl White-Wolf

Peace of Wild

Pages: 162 Ratings: 5.0
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An enticing book for children of all ages.

Can animals communicate?

Can their voice be heard to make their plight known?

Are there still magical and mystical beings hidden from us?

Meet the charming animal characters representing endangered species, read their interesting, exciting, and informative adventures and stories.

What exactly is Javerwop?

The wonder of the wild, the magical and mystical all await you within the pages of this book!

Unfortunately, with the wonder, magical and mystical come the dark foes!

Which side will you take?

Will you answer the plea to help?

Mankind seems determined to destroy our beautiful world. They use and abuse nature’s abundance with no thought for the future.

Lady Eleanor and many of her animal friends have witnessed and experienced first-hand the devastation and destruction that can result.

Will people listen to their pleas?

A Fusion of Fact and Fiction

Pearl White-Wolf is the pen name of Margaret Ralph, nee Parr. Mother and Grandmother of Counsel of Wolves (Colin Ralph, Graham Ralph (deceased), Jeanne Hughes and Joanna Hughes). Colin, Graham, Jeanne and Jo wrote these stories in memory of Margaret Ralph and under the name of Pearl White-Wolf.

Customer Reviews
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2 reviews
  • Niamh Robinson

    I have been lucky enough to be given an early copy of this book by one of the Authors. I love how it is made up of stories, as well as life lessons. They aren’t just fun short children’s tales; they are also there to help teach the children about animals and the environment and how they need help as they are in danger. This book is written so that not only young children can read and enjoy it, but older ones can too. It can help us understand the lives of all creatures and is also a great read. As it states in the book, these tales are fables that allow us to learn. They also have some rather interesting facts about the wildlife. I definitely recommend this book to all ages of children and can’t find one bad thing about it!

  • Nala Age 9

    I was lucky enough to get an early copy of Peace of Wild. I think the book is a really good read not just for children but for adults too. It is told from the perspective of the animals of what dangers humans are causing in the world which really helped me as a 9-year-old to understand the impact humans have on animals. My favorite fable in the book was the one involving the forest fairy. I would definitely recommend this book to my friends and family. I really enjoy drawing and thought the illustrator was amazing throughout. I really found the book interesting and enjoyable to read and look forward to the next one.

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