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The Arcadian Dragon: An Aesopian Novel Book I

ByRobert Long

The fables of Aesop, with their lessons and morals about greed, violence, oppression, and mankind’s short-sightedness, have—throughout time—always reminded us of our better selves and the importance of real virtues. This book is unusual as it is a hybrid, in short, a book of fables (stretched into tales) with particular morals. There are three stories that are intertwined, and all of this takes in a post-apocalyptical world set in Australia. The book also humorously criticizes the endless superstitions that have held people back, either through the concepts of tradition, false hopes, and faith. And through the actions of the two main characters, Ritz and Triscuit, we can learn various aspects of wisdom. This novel is a chance for children to better understand the importance of compassion, and to truly understand the complexity of their own world.

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Publication Date
Jul 31, 2017
Language
English
ISBN
9781387129317
Category
Children's
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): Robert Long

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Format
EPUB

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