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The Little People

Michael A. Susko

Publisher: AllrOneofUs Publishing

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Summary

Two adolescents, Flo and Jim, journey to a utopian land where Little People have singing names, flowers as tall as trees and crystal houses. Giants, however, invade the land and steal from the present and future. The two must somehow help save the Little People, who don't use force. They find an unlikely ally in a prehistoric Sailfin animal who can time travel. Come to a land in which plants, animals and people have surprising traits, and take a fabulous journey from the deep past to the far future.

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