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Emeradia

Sabrielle Augustin

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Summary

A mysterious hidden planet hovers above our very own universe.”
 
An effulgent leaf asteroid fallen from a mysterious planet levitating above our universe helps Niraelie, an outcast young girl with strange radiant and fiery eyes, to reconnect with old friends, leading to a magical and twisting ending.
 
This interactive pedagogy storybook divides into six sections—storytelling; illustrations; creative music; education; main-character synopsis; and behind-the-scenes sketches.
 
Readers can engage with the story, with creative music, uniquely composed, and based on the emotion and mood of the scenes—precisely like background music from RPG video-games and films.
 
Sabrielle designed this diverse and imaginative world to teach, offer appreciation, and enable the mind to wander: a classic method of escaping reality while learning. Our imaginations can be great for alleviating stress, and a fantastic tool to help us cope with mental-health concerns.
 
Emeradia is just a sample of her imagination. This first pedagogy storybook is an excellent way to connect to and interact within a diverse and charming story, with music, in the hope that readers, viewers, musicians, and non-musicians will become more eager to engage, learn, and experience, through escapism.
Available since: 11/01/2022.
Print length: 186 pages.

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