Which Is Better: True Friendship Or a Crown?
Authors David & Aimee Woodâ€™s delightful story of friendship, moral values, and adventure is sure to give readers a fun and enjoyable read.
Elk Grove, CA (March 3, 2010) â€' Powerful illustrations, fascinating characters, and a wonderful plot are sure to impress readers as they take an enchanting journey with The Beautiful Swan. Authors David Wood and Aimee Wood weave a beautiful tale thatâ€™s brimming with life lessons and moral values.
Gabrielle, a swan, is embarrassed by her belly flop and feels isolated from the flock. By chance, Gabrielle strikes up a friendship with a field mouse named Buddy. Buddy teaches Gabrielle to land gracefully into the water and gives her some tools to conquer her weakness. With the help of Buddy, Gabrielle raises her status amongst the swans and is nominated to become a Swan Princess. Gabrielle is put to the test when she must choose between her rank with the other swans and her friendship with the mouse.
Another problem occurs when man builds a storm drain on the lakeâ€™s shore; litter and chemicals also flow down the drain. To make things worse, Buddy is chased and stalked by a coyote. What will Gabrielle and Buddy do?
The Beautiful Swan is a fun-filled moral story and affects people of all ages. It is a captivating read and a great addition to every childâ€™s bookshelf. Itâ€™s now available for everyoneâ€™s reading pleasure and can be purchased online at these bookstores: http://www.Amazon.com, http://www.BarnesandNoble.com and http://www.thebeautifulswan.com
About the Author
Dave Wood is a first-time author who works as an insurance broker. He resides in Elk Grove, California, with his wife, Karen, and their three children, Derrick, Ben, and Gabby. Shortly after developing the storyline, he involved his sister-in-law, Aimee Wood, to assist in completing the story. She has a Masters Degree in English, and she has taught English Composition and Literature. She lives in Sacramento, California, with her husband, Steve, and their two daughters, Emma and Alicia.
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