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Angels, Love, & Crows By Stephen Elder
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A fascinating look at the world through the eyes of various beings, this collection has something for everyone, from humorous short stories about creature to science fiction, romance, and a... More > children’s story. As the title promises, there are also several stories about angels. “A most enjoyable afternoon,” says author Tori Napoli.< Less
Angels, Love, & Crows By Stephen Elder
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A fascinating look at the world through the eyes of various beings. Angels, Love, & Crows has something for everyone, from humorous short stories about creatures, to science fiction, romance, and... More > a children’s story. As the title promises, there are also several stories about angels. “A most enjoyable afternoon,” says author Tori Napoli.< Less
The Crow Chronicles By Stephen Elder
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A look at life through the eyes of Grift and Graft, corvine students of mankind. The Crow Chronicles describes how two crows move from the open countryside into town. The two friends have to adjust... More > to a lot of things, such as traffic, pizza, and several raccoons who have already made the transition to city life. Their biggest adjustment is to humans. Grift and Graft even learn to read in order to better study the twoleggers. Along the way, the crows make several new friends, but things do not turn out at all like they imagined. This humorous exploration of the similarities between humans and animals is aimed at older children, but adults will also enjoy it.< Less
The Crow Chronicles By Stephen Elder
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A look at life through the eyes of Grift and Graft, corvine students of mankind. The Crow Chronicles describes how two crows move from the open countryside into town. The two friends have to adjust... More > to a lot of things, such as traffic, pizza, and several raccoons who have already made the transition to city life. Their biggest adjustment is to humans. Grift and Graft even learn to read in order to better study the twoleggers. Along the way, the crows make several new friends, but things do not turn out at all like they imagined. This humorous exploration of the similarities between humans and animals is aimed at older children, but adults will also enjoy it.< Less