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Tales Of The Hiole - cover

Tales Of The Hiole

David Duffy

Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

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Summary

The dreams of children are the most magical places, where anything is possible and there are no limits. Where entire worlds - even life itself - can be created with just a thought. In one such amazingly ordinary world, imaginations collide and fantastically normal beasts are born. The land of The Hiole provides a safe place for these creatures to call home. The guardian of The Hiole and its residents is a creature known as The Frox. Half frog, half fox, this magnificent being has been charged with their safe-keeping. The Frox must guide these creatures back to finish their dreams. To remind them of who they came from and to ensure that their dreamers' imaginations continue to flourish. This story introduces the first ever guest of The Hiole, Lord Regibald. The Frox must find, befriend, and help him finish the dreams he was created in. If The Frox can't convince Lord Regibald to travel back, his creators will be stuck in their unfinished dreams every night, unable to create anything new.
Available since: 02/24/2022.
Print length: 80 pages.

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